521TTAF, 109 SMOH
Lycoming AEIO-540, inverted oil and fuel, 109 SMOH
Usual gauges, with dual G meters
New battery last year
New Main tires
2 place tandem, full dual controls
Detachable Ladder, which stows behind rear seat, (large cargo area)
Large Diving Brake, to train for strafing, and control speed on vertical decent
Grips have bomb and machine gun triggers
100 gallons of fuel, easy 4 hours of fuel + reserve, 550 miles all day on a tank.
Jettisonable canopy and an Axe
Hartzell 3 blade Composite prop, 25 SMOH, very nice condition
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Brought to the USA in 2003 to the tune of $178,500 and needing an engine overhaul.
Over $200,000 spent on it as it entered service in Mojave, CA.
This was purchased directly from NDN Aircraft in 2003, have tons of receipts and email correspondence.
This is an Experimental aircraft, in the Exhibition sub-category. The airworthiness certificate never expires, the plane gets a condition inspection (an annual but the A&P doesn’t have to be an IA) every year, just like any other plane.
Logs start in 2004 when imported to the USA, Have documents from NDN aircraft that they can’t find the logs. Have tons of paperwork from NDN regarding the aircraft and it’s being sent to the USA. Engine and prop were overhauled here. (Have receipts).
Training and delivery available.
Next Condition inspection due June 2018, all compressions 78/80, fly it home today.
All aluminum, many parts are Piper; (landing gear, gauges, etc), easy to get parts.
White. Very nice paint, always hangered