2005 Sportsman 2+2
Fresh Annual 8/2019 Fly it away for $159,900 US
CRUISE AT 140 KNOTS – TAKEOFF AND LAND IN 400 FEET – 900+ LB USEFUL LOAD
Passionate Sportsman owner has moved up to another famous Tom Hamilton designed aircraft (Quest Kodiak mounted on Aerocet Amphibious Floats. No expense has been spared building and maintaining the aircraft by either the builder / original owner or the second owner who is now offering the beautiful Sportsman 2+2.
NO DAMAGE HISTORY ON THIS AIRCRAFT
Owner built in the Glasair Aviation Customer Assembly Center Program.
380 hours total tach time since new
520 hours total Hobbs time since new
Stunning, Custom 4 color (White over Blue with Grey and Black Trim Stripes) paint.
Engine and Propeller
80-inch Two Blade Hartzell mounted on Lycoming O-360 engine @ 180 HP, Auto Gas Compatible
Stainless Steel Four-Into One, Tuned Exhaust
IFR Panel with Dynon D-10A
Garmin GNS 430W (WAAS), IFR Certified GPS/NAV/COM – COM1
Garmin SL-40 – COM 2
Garmin GMA340 Audio Panel
Garmin GTX 327 Transponder
TruTrak – DigiFlight II
Advanced Flight Systems ACS2002 Engine Monitoring System
Lighted Back-up instruments – Airspeed, Altimeter, Garmin GI-106 LOC / ILS Indicator
Lighted Electrical Switches with Rheostat Dimmer
Auxiliary 12-volt Power Outlet and Audio Input Jack
Electric Elevator and Aileron Trim, Pilot and Co-pilot stick grips
Rear, Forward Facing Seat
Standard headset jacks for front and rear passengers, two sets
Custom Blue Ultra Leather Interior
This Sportsman is an incredible example of an older aircraft that has had perfect care by a meticulous owner who spares no expense to make sure his aircraft is in top condition. Replacement cost for this aircraft would be $275,000+. You can enjoy a great value in a reasonably well-equipped Sportsman at a relatively low price,
N803SB has always stored in a dry, heated hangar. Now it is time to go to a new owner who will fly and care for this beautiful Sportsman. The seller needed a larger aircraft and now has a Quest Kodiak Amphibian and the Sportsman must go. This aircraft can now be seen by appointment in advance at the Arlington Municipal Airport (KAWO), Washington State.
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Professional Delivery and Transition Training Available After Sale from Glasair Training Company
EMAIL ME FOR INFORMATION OR CALL 425-466-8472
Professional Delivery and Transition Training Available after the sale
Contact: Alan Negrin, Glasair Aircraft Training Company, firstname.lastname@example.org, 425-566-8472