1971 American Aviation 1971 American Aviation AA 1A Trainer. N9309L Serial No: AA1A 0009. Lycoming 0.
Extensive airframe work performed at last annual. New tires and tubes installed. Fuel tanks resealed. All cylinder compression at 70/80 or better. Pictures of this year"s annual pages shown on listing. Aircraft has previously had an Airwolf Oil Filter installed, and at this annual a Fuel Flow Meter was installed.
Includes Bendix King KY97A Flip Flop COMM, Garmin GTX 320A Mode C Transponder, Apollo II II Morrow 611 LORAN C Receiver, Soft Comm 2 Place Intercom. Installed at last annual is JP Instrument"s Fuel Flow Meter Fuel Scan 450.
Included along with the standard VFR instrumentation are attitude indicator, vertical compass card, and vertical speed indicator.
Included with the aircraft are the Engine Logs, Aircraft Logs, Propeller Log, Owner"s Manual, Service Manual and Parts Catalog!, Fuel Scan FS-450 Pilot"s Guide, and much, much more reading material.
A fast economic plane with plenty of life. Lycoming"s recommended time between overhaul period for the 235-C2C is 2400 hours, giving this powerplant an approximate recommended TBO of 900 hours more. A great time builder. 22 gallon fuel capacity, burns approx. 6 gallons per hour at 75% power, at approx. 125 mph. Manual lists optimal range at 10,000" of 500 miles in 4.5 hours at 4.9 gph, at 111 mph. Runs on 100LL, although a supplemental type certificate is available through EAA Aviation Foundation to modify the aircraft to fly on 87 unleaded automotive gasoline, STC No. SA868GL.
Aircraft is being sold as is with NO RESERVE. Aircraft is stored at Kauer Private 3SD2 and will be available for pick up at Rapid City Regional KRAP, near Rapid City, SD. Aircraft is also being sold locally so we do reserve the right to end the auction early. A deposit of $1,000 will be due within 48 hours of close of sale. Thank you, and good luck bidding
Current date: 2019-07-24