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LYC IO-360 C1C

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Aug 18, 2006
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I have discovered an IO-360- C1C basically FWF (all accessories, governor, exhaust systemand baffeling and even a spinner - no mount and cowling) and it's corresponding Hartzell CS prop for sale. No damage but at TBO (second run - about 4000TT) with all logbooks for $7000. It last ran last December and has been in dry storage ever since. I doubt it was properly pickled.

Is there anything I should consider before deciding on it or that sends up a red flag to anyone out there?

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