Carbon Sportsman 2+2 TWTT Built
2018 Glasair Sportsman 2+2 Two Weeks to Taxi Build
N29KA Serial #7466 Total Time Since New: 180 tach hours
Carbon Fiber Fuselage -1042 lbs. Useful Load – Takeoff and Land in under 400 feet
Fly it away for $299,900.00 US
You can’t build a new Two Weeks to Taxi Sportsman right now but you can own one!
Online Photo Album: https://photos.app.goo.gl/PGgqhoSsDYqiLcpKA
Engine and Propeller:
- Lycoming YI0-390-EXP engine rated at 210HP – (120 tach hours Since IRAN)
- Dual Magnetos
- 2-Blade 74” Blended Airfoil Hartzell constant speed prop
IFR Avionics: Garmin
- Dual Glass G3X Touch 10.6” MFD, Garmin 460 and 465-XM
- GAP 26 Pitot with AOA
- Garmin G5 with Battery pack
- GMA 245 Audio Panel
- GPS GTN 650
- GTR20 COMM #2
- GTX45 Transponder with ADS-B in & Out
- GMC 307 Autopilot
- ELT 406
- Backup Battery System
- Many more: See list attached
- Seat back adjusters, fore and aft, both pilot and co-pilot
- Rear Facing Rear Seats (Seating for Two Full Size Adults) with standard two pin headset jacks
- Cabin Heat/Windshield Defroster, 2-inch Fresh Air Eye-Ball Vents, Matching Ignition/and door lock keys
- Full dual controls and brakes, two two-switch stick grips: PTT, Elevator and Aileron Trim
- Lighted Electrical Switches on Rheostat Dimmer,
- Headset Hangar
- Cargo Bike Rack
- Custom Cover
- Last Annual Condition Inspection December 2021
- Current configuration is with wheel pants and back seats removed. Bike rack in cargo area.
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You are essentially buying a brand-new aircraft with only 120 hours since it came from the Glasair factory and one of the very last Two Weeks to Taxi aircraft to be delivered since the program was suspended due to the pandemic.
In 2018 a new Two Weeks to Taxi Aircraft was built. The current seller purchased it from the original builder/owner in 2019 with approximately 50 hours. Shortly thereafter, the aircraft was involved in a departure accident from a muddy turf airstrip.
The engine, avionics and seats were removed. The engine was sent to Poplar Grove Airmotive, Poplar Grove, IL for a complete IRAN (Inspection and Repair as Necessary) tear down and rebuild. After the engine rebuild was complete, it was sent, along with a factory new Hartzell propeller, the complete undamaged avionics panel and seats to the Glasair factory where they were installed in a completely new Carbon Fiber airframe. The original kit number and builder of record are retained on the airworthiness certificate.