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2013 CH 750 Rev, 3 for sale. Always hangered 50000.00
100% IA assisted build. FAA inspected. 225 TT airframe, 490 SMOH Cont 0200. All cylinders in the 70's. MGL Extreme mini EMS/AHARS , Garmin 796 slaved to GTR 225 Garmin radio, AOA , 406 ELT, Transponder, brake intensifier upgrade, horizontal stab cuffs, elevator extensions,oil filter w/ chip detector, 21 inch wheels w/larger nose fork, cockpit lighting with position lights and strobes, dual throttles and brakes, center console, 30 gallon gas upgrade,adjustable seats, VG's tail and wings,avionics master, backup airspeed, altimeter oil pressure gauges, float fittings,etc.
Flies great. Conditional inspection completed 7/15/2016
Transponder cert 12/16
ELT Battery replaced 12/16
Plane flew exhibition flights at 2016 Sun n fun as well as 2014 SNF and Sebring
Many pics and videos available on zenith page or send request for links
Over 65,000 invested.
Conditional inspection and dual instruction included after purchase.
Located at KMTN Martin State Airport Maryland
Is the plane still for sale?
What's the current time, I presume you've been flying it since posting this ad?
Thanks you for your interest.
I ran an ad in barnstormers a couple weeks ago with 495 hours. It may have a few more since I try to fly every weekend.
I reduced the price to 50,000 firm. You can see it on barnstormers. It is a great price. I had a few calls but have seen no cash yet.
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So you woudn't be interested in selling it less firewall forward I presume?
I want to put a Viking 130 in one, I have considered building my own but some of these you're able to purchase for the same if not less than the cost to actually build one. So I am keeping my eyes open.
I have over 65,000.00 but for 50 grand, you can have a spare engine.
I think the firewall forward kit plus lightweight starter and prop was over 8 thousand.
I have had Continentals in Cubs, Champs and a 172 and I love these engines.
They are super reliable and any mechanic can work on them which is something to think about for the conditional inspection. I know a few mechanics that won't touch a Rotax or a conversion. I have well over 2500 hours on Continental engines and never had one let me down.
I'm sure the Viking is a great engine as well and will probably perform better than the 0200
You can always buy it and sell the FWF to another builder. May get 15 grand or so.
I will try to call you Thur. am to talk about your plane. Thanks!