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WIN A 172 W/NEW GARMIN PANEL! $100 ENTER THIS RAFFLE! You’ll be proud to own this upgraded, refreshed and thoroughly gone-over IFR Cessna Skyhawk. This was the last year with the manual “Johnson bar” flaps yet it has the rear window and appearance of a new 172. The plane has 3,650 TT and the smooth 6 cylinder Continental 145 HP engine has only 100 hrs Since Major Overhaul! The state-of-the-art Garmin Avionics: 650 GPS/Nav/Com, 255 Nav/Com, Audio-Panel, 345 ADS-B In/Out Transponder (shows weather & traffic on the 650) and three GI-275s replacing the AI and HSI (eliminating the vacuum system). Ticket Sales help fund our free medical air transport. WEBSITE W/RULES & MORE PHOTOS Contact Mike Piccirilli - WINGS OF HOPE , Owner - located St Louis, MO 63005 United States Telephone: 314-705-9250 636-537-1302 Posted September 18, 2023 Display Specs Page Display Inventory Page
1954 PIPER TRI-PACER PROJECT $500 COME AND GET IT PA-22-150 project great for a school or chapter. In 1965 a STC mod was performed to remove the fabric and cover the fuselage, wings, flaps, and ailerons with aluminum. The tail control surfaces and horizontal stab still need to be covered with fabric. Included are Fuselage, Wings, Flaps. Ailerons, Rudder, Stab. Elevators, Doors, Interior, Struts, Main Wheels/Tires, some engine instruments, and avionics. There is corrosion in some of the steel tubing. These parts are NOT included: Engine, Motor Mount/NLG, Prop, Cowling, Wing Fuel Tanks, and No Logbooks or Flight Instruments. Deregistered. SEE ALL OUR AIRCRAFT FOR SALE Contact Mike Piccirilli - WINGS OF HOPE , Owner - located St Louis, MO 63005 United States Telephone: 314-705-9250 636-537-1302 Posted September 16, 2023
1971 CHEROKEE 140 PROJECT $10,000 PROJECT FOR SALE Bring Your Trailer! N2264T has no known damage history. Only 1706 TT airframe, engine & prop. It's has been sitting since 1980 (last logbook entries from 1979). In 2010, the airport where it was tied down closed, so the donor disassembled it and trailered the airframe to a long-term storage lot and he stored the engine in a climate controlled storage facility. As far as we can tell, the project is mostly complete. Logbooks are complete and Airplane Flight Manual included. Paint and Interior are terrible. Buying this project from Wings of Hope will help fund our free medical flights. SEE MORE PHOTOS AND DETAILS Contact Mike Piccirilli - WINGS OF HOPE , Owner - located St Louis, MO 63005 United States Telephone: 314-705-9250 636-537-1302 Posted September 13, 2023 Display Specs PageBrowse some more listings...