1962 POTEZ HEINKEL CM-191 N8015Q s/n 001

Only two of these aircraft built! Have something that no one else has! 4 Passenger Personal Jet Certified in US Experimental Category.
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Formerly offered for sale at $250,000- owner wants an offer!

Airframe:

550 Hours TTSNEW

Engine(s):

Turbomeca Super Marbore VI F3-1100 pounds thrust
RH:                 225 Hours SMOH 
LH:                  225 Hours SMOH 

Avionics:

Updated Avionics
King KX-155 Nav/Comm
King KMA-24 Audio Panel
King KY-196 Comm
King KNS-80 Nav/ RNAV/ DME/ Glideslope
Collins PN-101 Slaved HSI
King KR-87 ADF
King KT-76A Transponder

Equipment:

374 Gal Fuel Capacity
Wing Tip Fuel Tanks add 450 liters (not installed)
Oxygen System
Optima Battery conversion

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History:

The four-seat twin-jet touring and liaison plane POTEZ-HEINKEL CM 191 has been developed from the well-known jet-trainer Fouga Magister CM 170, through cooperation of Etablissements Henry Potez, Paris, and Ernst Heinkel Flugzeugbau GmbH, Speyer.

 

The design of the aircraft was governed by the fundamental idea to transfer the recognized good qualities of the two-seat Fouga Magister to a four-seat airplane thus answering the demand for a reliable and economical aircraft in the four-seat category.

While the firm Etablissements Henry Potez, Toulouse, was responsible for the project as well as for the aerodynamical and stress calculations, the entire design was made at the Heinkel Flugzeugbau GmbH in Speyer where the aircraft is also being manufactured.

The POTEZ-HEINKEL CM 191 consequently provides a wide range of both private and military utilizations. (Info provided by https://www.machdiamonds.com/)

Miscellaneous:

FAA Approved Inspection Program- not current
Original German Logs and Factory Books
Tip Speed: 430 knots (Mach .8)
Service Ceiling: 40,000 feet

Exterior:

White Fuselage with Blue Stripes, Blue Wings

Interior:

4 Place, Blue Interior

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SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO VERIFICATION UPON INSPECTION