Posts Tagged with ‘Aircraft for sale’

Friday, September 11, 2020

Fly High, Bid Low!

Check out this amazing auction coming up! The department of the interior office of Aviation Services is selling to the highest bidder a 1994 Partenavia, P68TC Observer, tail # N7372, S/N 400-04/OTC.  Pictures, aircraft time sheet, and aircraft equipment list are attached. Some Government owned avionics have been removed.  The automatic flight following (AFF), sat phone, and game tracking components have been removed. (2) Warning to purchaser/ recipient: The aircraft you are purchasing may not be in compliance with all applicable Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)requirements. You are solely responsible for bringing the aircraft into compliance with 14 CFR Sub-Chapter C, or other applicable standards, by obtaining all necessary FAA inspections or modifications. Aircraft’s are extremely expensive and can be very difficult to obtain, but this auction will make it easy and save you a substantial amount of money as well!  Interested bidders are strongly encouraged to inspect the aircraft in person to verify all items included in this sale. If you would like to inspect this aircraft in person before deciding whether or not to place a bid then you must contact the custodian ahead of time to schedule an appointment. This auction is located in Boise, Idaho and the closing time is on September 15 at 3:00 pm central time. As of now, the bid is at $199,000.  Make sure to be the very next bidder to potentially win this aircraft! For any further information, simply click here to subscribe to www.governmentauctions.org for your FREE 3 day trial.


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Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Be The Pilot Of This Aircraft!

If you’ve been looking to buy an aircraft, take a look at this amazing Beechcraft up for auction today! This lot consists of a Beechcraft B-1900 fixed wing aircraft. This aircraft has been operated overseas and in public operation in CONUS. The aircraft has been in a long term storage and will require maintenance, repairs, and inspections to make it flyable. Aircraft’s are extremely expensive and can be very difficult to obtain, but this auction will make it easy and save you a substantial amount of money as well! In terms of deficiencies, there are blisters on the forward fuselage (one on either side) previously held the Missile Warning System Sensors, which has been removed, that will preclude an FAA C of A without more engineering work, an FAA approval and issuance of the C of A. Physical inspection is strongly recommended. Maintenance records are available for review during physical inspection. If you would like to inspect this aircraft in person before deciding whether or not to place a bid then you must contact the custodian ahead of time to schedule an appointment. This auction is located in Fort Florence, South Carolina and the closing time is on May 31 at 10:20 am central time. As of now, the bid is at $1,250,000 so make sure to be the very next bidder to potentially win this aircraft! For any further information, simply click here to subscribe to www.governmentauctions.org for your FREE 3 day trial.

 

 

 

 


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