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AS II For sale (maybe)


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Oct 21, 2009
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Hi all,
I have been toying with the idea of possibly selling my bipe to get more seats for my family. Very very tough decision. Did I mention this has been a tough decision. haha. I thought I would post it here first to see if anybody had any interest before I went out to Barns---mers. My plane was built by Paul Muhle, from Nebraska, and finished in 1992. It won a silver lindy in 93' and a gold in 94'. Paul has won 4 lindy's (I believe) and 2 or 3 of the other plaques from Oshkosh for completed projects. I took it to the biplane expo, in Juction City, Ks in 2010 and it won grand champion experimental.

-IO-360B1B 180hp full inverted
-902.00 TTAF and SMOH by Central Cylinder
-Empty weight 1035#
-Aircraft products tailwheel (The only way to go)
-Smoke system (I don't use-I already spend an hour each time I fly wiping it down)
-Com radio
-Garmin transponder/encoder
-Double bubble canopy/not removable for open cockpit flying. Much like a christen eagle. Paul told me he had 1 1/2 yrs in the canopy alone.
-Custom wood dashes front and back
-Custom Allen Siver rachet in rear seat and 4pt in front (no rachet)

Whenever I look at buying anything like a car, truck, quad, plane ect, I always wonder why or what the reason for selling is. Let me assure you, if you are interested, this is not because of any issues. I really enjoy flying this plane. Neil and a few others on this website have seen my plane and can probably answer as much as I can, but I will do my best.





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