1977 Rallye Socata Morane Saulnier Hi all! You’re looking here at a French 1977 Rallye SOCATA(Morane.
|Make:||Rallye Socata Morane Saulnier|
The first one is to get it safe to fly on a ferrypermit. It comes out to $6085.87 as follows:
Replace windshield and side glass $1953
Investigate/repair rudder wind damage $350
Replace battery/clean up corrosion from old battery $325
Remove and replace all three tires and tubes for dry rot/cracking $707.87
Clear insect nests from pitot/static system $210
Install ELT/battery $100
2 year transponder check $100
CW AD 00-22-17 elevator and rudder clevis inspection/lube $280
CW AD 78-09-07 Magneto 500 hour check on both mags $600
CW AD 96-09-10 Oil pump replacement $1000
CW AD 09-22-03 Hartzell prop eddy current inspection $460
The second option we discussed for the plane was to doan annual inspection and service, bringing the airplane up to full airworthiness compliance. That would include the above work plus the $900 flat rate to do the annual inspection checklist and servicing items from theSOCATA maintenance manual. Total $6985.87
Last the price to dissasemble the airplanefor shipping, $1500. This is to remove the wings and tailsurfaces, wrap them for shipping. Drain all fluids, and load/secure the airplane and parts in a truck or container that you provide. The cables would be marked and hardware preserved so as to facilitate easy reassembly atthe destination. I"ve done this job several times.
The current charges due as of today are $300 for theAD search/logbook review and estimates. Please make a checkto Plane Care
34979 S. Aerial Place
Marana, AZ 85658
I have the airplane parked and tied down at my shop here at Ryan. Tie down fee is $50 per month beginning Oct 1. There was no fee for September as I was doing the work for the estimates. If there is anything else I can do, please let me know. I look forward tohearing from you.
Sincerely, In addition, the maintenance manual, the aircraft logbook, the engine logbook, airworthiness directive compliance reports and flight manual are all included with this plane in addition to the old bills of sale, except for the propeller logbook (that was lost/stolen). This plane owes $1200 of annual FAA registration fees. The reasons for by which this plane is being sold is because nobody in the family is air-inclined/no immediate plans of using it and it would be a relief from hangar fees, there has been no recent upgrades except for old receipts of the upgrades performed back when flying. If you win the bid, a deposit is necessary immediately of $1500 and is NON-REFUNDABLE. The rest of the amount will only be accepted in the forms of a cashier’s check and/or wire transfer 48 hours after the winning bid.This aircraft has no damage history except for the evident damage due to Arizona’s sun on the windshield, upholstery, paint, and tires. Rudder damage/dents were present ever since the plane was purchased(by looking at original pictures). This is an ABSOLUTE AUCTION and thus is being sold as is. Contact me ASAP for any questions (805)826-5515. This plane is rare in the US, infact a limited number of them have ever been produced. I believe it’s the only one located in the Southwest. MY LOSS IS YOUR GAIN.
Current date: 2020-02-18