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Lycoming O-360 for sale for $5,500

RickRice

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ATTN Jack Carnahan: Sell something else instead of your airplane, and buy this:

LYCOMING O360
• $5,500 • FOR SALE • Removed from my flying RV4 recently for upgrade. 925 hours since first overhaul. Flown regularly, log books Compressions in the 70s, no accident history. No exhaust, carb or accessories Located Ft. Myers, Fl. • Contact Dave Main • Contact Dave Main, Owner - located North Ft Myers, FL USA • Telephone: 2392339109 . 6134760256. • Posted November 22, 2018
 

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Thanks. Yea I saw it. Things are complicated right now....... But has me thinking.
 

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I'm local to that engine if that's of any help.
 

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Thanks Bill but I've decided to stop digging. I'm so far behind the power curve I need a JATO to keep out of the dirt. I absolutely need to bail out. If I was in a position to keep the airplane I would have already left...... But in today's market at best I'd break even. At worst considering my luck with engines I'd have another 300# of scrape aluminum and steel.:rolleyes:

Thanks again,

Jack
 

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Understood Jack.
 

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That's a pretty good price for an O-360 core. I wish that was close to me.
 

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I have to constantly remind myself that I'm many years from needing an engine. I don't want to store an engine. I might want a Verner. 'Cause yeah, that's a good price, and is pretty tempting.
 

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