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FS Pitts S-2C rock bottom price

pigpenracing

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Mint 2003 Pitts S-2C. First off the airplane does have damage history. If you do not want a plane with damage history please DO NOT waste my time.
The airplane was wrecked and completely rebuilt in 2010. Every inch of fabric was replaced. Wings were damaged and completely rebuilt with new spars. No damage was done to the fuselodge. It was uncovered and inspected. Engine was completely torn down for prop strike inspection. New crank kit was installed due to the old crank having a a/d. The airplane was repaired right and is MUCH nicer than a new S-2C from the factory.
The airplane was wrecked with 20TT. It now has about 110 total hours since new.
The airplane was on the market for $179k, then lowered to $149k. Several offers were made for $140 and turned down at the time.
PRICE IS LOWERED! $137,500 priced to sell....
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Would it be appropriate to mention who did the rebuild and what kind of accident the airplane was in? Running off the runway is different than a hangar collapse.

Best of luck,

Wes
 

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It was in a landing accident. Mike Williams did the rebuild.
 

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