1971 Cessna Airplane is sold “As Is, Where Is”, with NO warranty expressed or implied. Remember.
Airplane is sold “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! Any Pre-Buy Inspections must be accomplished before the auction ends. We will provide list of local maintenance providers, if requested, that may be able to perform the Pre-Buy Inspection for you. Payment Terms: $2,000 (PayPal or Credit Card” must be received within 48 hours of Auction end. Balance (via Electronic Wire Transfer) within 10 days of Auction end. 1971 Cessna Cardinal 177RG, Serial # 177RG-0097; Total Time 4,267.1; Last annual inspection August 2014. All Airframe Logs. Engine: IO-360-A1B6, Serial # L-21575-51A, Engine TT 3,397.5, SMOH 1,620.0, overhauled on 6/26/85. Engine logs since Overhaul. Cylinder Borescope pictures (see link). Here is a link to some logbook scans and borescope pictures: https:/ drive.google.com/open?id=1ukg6Ik3cOK6436GoXU_UoSSaK9Nnz9Zm https:/ here Propeller: McCauley B2D34C206, Serial # 710522, Prop SMOH 1,073.9, overhauled on 4/3/92. Prop logs since Overhaul. Avionics: Narco Mk12D Nav/Com, Narco AT155 Transponder, EDO-Aire R-556 ADF, Telex TC-200 Intercom, Collins AUD 750 audio panel. This Cardinal RG was donated to us in June 2015 and ferried to our airport, KSUS (Chesterfield, MO). That was the last time it was flown. The last time the airplane was started was in June 2017. The battery was removed at that time, in order to preclude corrosion issues. Because of the extensive work required to return this aircraft to airworthy condition, and our limited volunteer maintenance staff available, we are selling this Cardinal RG “As Is, Where Is” without a battery and with no warranties of any kind. In Motion Damage History: None Known Storage Damage: Pilot’s door appears to have blown open during windstorm and overstressed/damaged door hinges (see detailed pictures of damage). Door doesn’t close securely. Paint and interior are in Poor condition. 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.
Located in Chesterfield, Missouri, United States. Current date: 2019-01-11