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Stits Playboy, LSA For Sale

N25SP

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My friend is selling his 1979 Stits Playboy, SA-3A (single seat) airplane, registered as N6071.
  • Complete restoration in July of 2003
  • Total Time 62.00 hrs. (estimated time from log book entry, logs lost, I believe it to be fairly accurate. Airframe is really clean)
  • SMOH: 62.00 hrs
  • Engine: A65-8F with metal prop
  • New Slick magneto's with impulse couplings
  • Compressions: 76+
  • No electrical system, basic VFR, (very easy starting)
  • Color is all insignia white
This is a really good flying airplane. We get 120-130 mph cruise speed (depending on how much you want to push the throttle). In that configuration, we've been seeing a fuel burn of 4 to 5 gallons per hour.

Plans say top speed of 140 mph, and that's pretty accurate.
Most people say this meets the light sport category, although it's really close by stalling speed, only (54mph indicated). When we applied for a new air worthiness certificate even the fed said, "Ah, really close."

Asking $15,00.00.



 

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