Notes: “ Project Aircraft Some repair needed. Please see details. ” 1962 Piper Wings of Hope has a.

Condition: Seller notes:
“ Project Aircraft - Some repair needed. Please see details. ”
Model Year: 1962 Make: Piper

Wings of Hope has a classic Piper Colt with the 115 HP Lycoming 0-235-C1B engine up for auction. Colts are known to be one of the most affordable certified planes available. It has a Cruise Speed of 108 MPH at ~ 6 gal/hr and this one has the optional double wing tanks providing 36 gal for a > 600 mile range. The useful load is almost 600 lb. It’s in need of some clean-up but appears to have a solid airframe, fabric and engine. It has no known damage history. Airframe History:
This Piper PA22-108 Colt, s/n 22-9246 (N5467Z), was donated to us ( in May 2016
and ferried from Indiana to our airport, KSUS (Chesterfield, MO) in October 2016. That was the last time it has flown. We removed the battery at that time in order to preclude corrosion issues. Due to IRS donation rules, we could not sell it for 36 months. The aircraft has 3,493 Total Time on the Airframe and Engine. The last annual inspection was performed in November 2010. Installed avionics include the King KX-175B NAV/Com and King KT-76 Transponder. The fabric appears to be in good condition, though the finish is a bit oxidized, and is overall beige with light blue stripping. The interior is also in good condition: light gray fabric and vinyl upholstery with fabric and painted side panels. The headliner is light gray and shows well. Engine History:
The Lycoming engine (0-235-C1B, s/n L-8064-15) has 3,493 hrs total time. The time SMOH is 955 hrs. The major overhaul was performed in Sept 1975 and a top overhaul was performed only 80 hrs ago, in Nov 2010, with chrome cylinders. The Sensenich propeller (M-76AM-48) appears to be original. We performed engine runs and cylinder compression checks on May, 16, 2019. The compressions were 78, 78, 78, 74. Here are links to the logbook scans
Additional Equipment Installed/ Information - Airframe and Engine Logs prior to 9/27/1968 were destroyed in a hangar fire (refer to Airframe and Engine Logbooks entries) - Prop log contained within Engine Log - Strobe Light - Left hand mag was in-op on the 5/16/19 run-up. Replaced with a similar mag, not certified for the Colt, in order to run engine. Original left mag is included so new owner can have it overhauled. - Oil Pan Heater - Simple Venturi Suction System - Battery removed for long term storage – not included with sale - Lowrance GPS WAAS Receiver with Yoke Mount (Portable) - MicroCom Intercom System (Portable) Pilot Squawks from 2016 Ferry Flight - CHT shows 400 degrees when EGT is leaned 100 degrees ROP - VOR showed 99 degree radial when actually 300 degree radial - Radio audible from speaker. Sound did not come through headset. Because of our limited volunteer maintenance staff, we have chosen to sell it “As Is, Where Is”, with NO warranty expressed or implied. Remember, when you are making a bid, YOU ARE ACCEPTING and AGREEING TO A CONTRACT TO BUY! We have made our best attempt to reflect accurate information, but all information is SUBJECT TO VERIFICATION BY THE BUYER . Any Pre-Buy Inspections must be accomplished before the auction ends. We will provide a list of local maintenance providers, if requested, that may be able to perform the Pre-Buy Inspection for you. Payment Terms: A $1,000 non-fundable deposit (PayPal or Credit Card) must be received within 48 hours of Auction end. Balance (via Wire Transfer) within 10 days of Auction end. If these terms are not met, we will move on to other bidders. Wings of Hope is the largest humanitarian aviation charity in the world and the only one staffed primarily by volunteers. Purchasing this aircraft will support our mission of changing and saving lives through the power of aviation. In the U.S., Wings of Hope provides medical air transport services – free of charge – to those who need specialized care. The organization provide similar support to poor communities in Africa, Asia and Central and South America. We will allow the winning bidder to keep the airplane on our ramp for up to 30 days after the auction end. After that, the owner will be charged $100/month. Arrangements can be made to relocate the plane to the Spirit of St Louis Airport ramp for longer term tie-down at lower cost. Please direct any question to Mike Piccirilli, Wings of Hope Inc, @ 314-705-9250. Happy Bidding!
Located in Chesterfield, Missouri, United States.
Current date: 2019-05-24