Well I just made a deal on a Beech Skipper. With fuel up here
running at $1.35 per liter, and my back seat empty more tha 90% of
the time, I came to the conclusion that a two seater makes more
economic sense and will allow me to enjoy flying for as long as I'm
healthy enough. Like the airlines, flying around empty seats makes
little sense to me. At least I'm sticking with Beech

So if anyone's interested in a 1979 Sundowner with aerobatic kit,
I'm asking $59k (Canadian) or $47.2 US. The plane is high time
(10700 hours) but was maintained to high standards by the government
(community college) until I bought it (2003) and by a reputable AME
since then. Other info:

NMDH
1600 or so SMOH, good compressions (mid 70s on all jugs)
King Nav Com, xpdr (mode C) ADF
Heated pitot, alternate static, strobes
New windshield 2003
Rare fully aerobatic model (cleared for loops, spins, immelmans,
split-S, rolls, snap rolls)
Condition 7/10 in and out
All ADs complied with
Annual March 2005

It was always hangared until the last two years. I'm only the
second owner of this aircraft, it was bought new by the college
in '79.

Mike
C-GTLM




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