Danny Clisham, Owner (734) 730-2599 TTAF&E: 342.1

NO DAMAGE HISTORY

This aircraft is in the final stages of total refurbishment. It was completely disassembled almost to the point of being down to rivets. Essentially the only parts that remained in the fuselage were good control cables and aluminum hydraulic lines. All parts were stripped of old paint (including the engine mount) and properly prepared for new finish. The following is a partial list of work completed:

  • All new hydraulic, oil and fuel hoses
  • All new wiring (28 volt system)
  • New main gear trunnions
  • New high pressure main gear gas springs
  • New nose gear gas spring and all new gear coil springs
  • Redesigned canopy latching system
  • New LED nav/strobe lights, beacon and interior lighting
  • New B&C back-up alternator system
  • New B&C main alternator regulator
  • Overhauled fuel ignition servo
  • Overhauled magnetos
  • Overhauled propeller (8/8/2013)
  • New tires and brakes
  • Main landing gear overhauled by Doug Poli
  • New Advanced Flight Systems 4500 series EFIS and engine monitoring system
  • New PMA 8000 audio panel
  • Factory rebuilt GNS-430
  • New GTX-335 transponder
  • SL-40 #2 nav
  • A.F. TruTrak flat pack auto pilot
  • ADS-B in and out
  • All new switches, circuit breakers, light dimmers
  • Standard mic and phone jacks, plus powered Bose plugs
  • New Artex 345 ELT
  • Exterior Paint: PPG Delfleet Hot Rod Red
  • The engine was overhauled by Barrett Performance Aircraft

Dynamometer test:

  • 322 HP @ 2700 RPM
  • 334 HP @ 2850 RPM

Easily removable auxiliary fuel tank in baggage compartment (approximately 12 gallons). Pump control on upper right panel. Note: It would be difficult to find an aircraft refurbishment more extensive than this one. Countless hours attending to details and maintenance.

This aircraft includes a COMPLETE empennage kit (partially built) and wing kit.

Available for: $350,000

For more information, contact: Joe Schumacher 715-528-4489 airplanejoe1@gmail.com

Joe Schumacher has built or restored more than 40 aircraft in the last 35+ years, including building three SX-300s and restoring two. On the list are many of Van’s RV’s. He wouldwelcome any serious buyers to visit his shop near Iron Mountain, MI (IMT), in order to see this project in process as it nears completion. There are good connections through Minneapolis via Delta Airlines (rental cars available in IMT) or through Green Bay, WI, about a two hour drive to his shop in Florence, WI.

Pictures of work in progress:

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