Certainly an average tomahawk. But it beats paying 60k for worse performance out of the same engine.
Certainly an average tomahawk. But it beats paying 60k for worse performance out of the same engine in a 152. And has a much larger interior, faster cruise, a better safety record, and longer range.
All logs since new. All ADs are complied with. This year and serial number actually has very few ADs (less than a 152).
She’s got a sky beacon ADSB. King com. Digital garmin gtx transponder. Was previously IFR wouldn’t take much to make her IFR again. Has 2 com antennas and gps antenna still installed. But she’s basic night/day vfr now.
She has same engine as a Cessna 152. (Not same as a crappy 150, same as a 152!!!!) A lycombing O235. Has 1540 hours on a 2400 hour tbo engine. Compressions were all 79/80. Can’t fly much more economically, only burns about 5.5 gallons an hour. Has 30 gal fuel.
Interior plastics could use replacement. (Wag aero sells them). Have new sun visors that need to go in. And a shim kit for the nose wheel and all new hardware for up there.
has a ding in the bottom of one aileron and a small ding on the front of the fuel tank. Both have been there over 10 years and have been thoroughly inspected as being airworthy. and there are log book entries to verify the inspection.
Unfortunately I’m broke with a new business and at the same time I’m really busy, a bad combo. So, It is a short sale, letting her go reasonably, as is. Mechanic came to look at her and said he would issue ferry permit. He said he expects a max of 2500 for the annual if it’s done at his shop. And buyer is welcome to call him (California so it’s a bit more than other places would probably be). Airframe is very nice for its age. White paint has no fading. Looks new.
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Current date: 2022-01-07