Musketeer and Skipper Groups,

I've decided its time to part with my Skipper N6636E. I have a new baby girl and changing priorities.

Here is some info on my great bird:

1979 Beech Skipper N6636E, ser WA-30.

165 SMOH
No Damage History

Annual: 4/06

King KX170B NavCom/VOR/LOC
King KT78 Transponder/Mode C
Narco DME190
Avionics Master

Allover: White
Accent: Dark Blue

Seats: Gray
Carpet: Black
Side Panels: Beige

Dual Steps
Hobbs Meter
External Power Plug

Skipper 36E is one of the nicest and lowest time Skippers. There where 312 Skippers built from 1979 to 1981, and only around 200 are still registered in the US. Most Skippers were used as trainers and have many thousands of hours on them.

In May 2004, 36E was painted and it got new piston rings.

When I got the plane in January 2005, it got new wheel bearings, new brake discs and pads, a new nose gear tire, and this last annual I had some welding done to the exhaust.

I've flown the plane regularly.

I have complete logs back to 1979, the factory maintenance manual, and factory parts catalog.

The price is $35,000.

I looked at Skipper prices very thoroughly 2 years ago. A higher time Skipper with original paint is usually priced in the mid to upper $20s. A really nice low-time Skipper with newer paint and full IFR avionics is usually priced close to $40K.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

I have many digital pictures. I can tell you anything you want to know on performance and handling as well.

Bob Gresli
Skipper 6636E
Hillsboro OR (HIO)

BTW. I'm hoping not to be earth-bound for too long. I'm planning to start building my own Sonex kitplane after 36E gets a new home.

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