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Relisted due to non-payment. This is a very honest project with half the proceeds going to a very deserving charitable organization. My hope for this project is for it to ultimately take flight. Sadly, I simply don"t have the time to make that happen. This is a great opportunity for the experienced builder to have a very capable amphibious aircraft.
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As complete a Taylor Coot amphibian project as you are likely to find anywhere. All documentation back to original purchase of plans with the exception of builders" logs - however this project was previously owned by an A&P and would likely still qualify for the 51% rule to help you achieve a repairman certificate. This is a rare opportunity to have a great head start on an aircraft and build at 1/10th the price of an Icon.
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Paperwork : -Original builder"s agreement for aircraft "SS4" -Original plans and copies with all updates -"Coot in a Nutshell" book -"The Essential Coot" book -"The Coot Story" book -Original magazine article from 1973 -West System epoxy manual
Fiberglass : -Desirable Herzikorn hull (in building jig) -Fordeck -Sponsons -Cabin top and rears -Engine cowl (and no. .no engine) -Boom Cover -etc., including windscreen and windows Note: ALL available fiberglass components that were ever available are included.
Hardware : -*Forney Precision sub-assemblies bagged and tagged (Jim Forney produced the majority of the metal sub- assembles as per plans in an effort to save the builder time. All sub-assemblies are chromated from factory) -Machined wheel hubs and axles. -Pneumatic landing gear pump and pistons -Lake Buccaneer (?) rudder pedals -Landing gear legs -Control linkages *These parts make this as close to a "fast build" homebuilt as is possible. All parts were fabricated by Jim Forney in coordination with Molt Taylor to his requirements.
Sheet Aluminum : -Alclad empannage skins -Misc. Alclad ribs, tips, and sheet stock -Tube tail boom
Wood : -Spruce and Mahogany bulkheads and spars. Note: These are built and ready for placement in the hull. Accurate placement of the two primary bulkheads/spars are the key parts of the build with which most all work to follow relies upon. WIth the installation of these two bulkheads plades, the wings can be hung and main landing gear installed.
The list above is only a brief listing of all that is included. Again, there is a LOT with this project and is likely the most complete you will find from an EAA Hall of Fame designer. Half the proceeds of the sale to be donated to the Experimental Aircraft Association so please bid with confidence. If you are an EAA member or chapter seriously looking for a chapter project, message me for potential donation of the project. Purchasing party responsible for any and all moving labor and expenses. I will assist in packing and loading as able. Due to size, shipping is not an option (by me). Item(s) is posted elsewhere and seller reserves the right to end auction early. This is a no reserve auction sold as-is where is with no returns.
Located in Wells, Maine, United States.
Current date: 2019-03-18