2010 VANS RV-9/9A For Sale in Pacific Northwest

      Nobody makes a better aircraft kit than Van's. They are tough to find and this one will go fast. This aircraft comes with a recent annual and a paint job if desired. This aircraft was designed by a builder in NY and completed and upgraded by a CFI in Seattle area.

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      For Sale$105,000
      Posted by USA Aircraft Brokers Updated 1/7/2021

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      • Status
        For Sale
      • Condition
      • Year
      • Make
      • Model
      • Reg #
      • Serial #
      • Airframe
        500 hrs
      • Prop
        300 hrs SPOH
      • Special Use
      • Location
        Pacific Northwest
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      300 hrs SPOH

      Lycoming 0-320. Prop has about 300 hours.

      This aircraft was certificated in 2015 and has less than 500 hours. The owners is a CFI and he has constantly improved the aircraft. The useful load on this aircraft is 600 pounds.

      • EFIS: Dynon D180
      • EFIS: Garmin G5
      • Nav/Com Garmin 430W
      • ADF: GNS430W
      • GPS: Garmin 430
      • XPDR: GTX327
      • WAAS: GNS430W
      • HSI Yes, RNAV, Yes, EGT Yes
      • ELT Date 3/23, IFR Certificate 10/20
      • DME: GNS 430

      Grey and black

      White with black letters. You can buy as is or I can arrange for a new paint job. Strobe lights, Beacon lights, electric trim, all operational.

      This aircraft has been maintained by a local mechanic. All log books are available. Annual was completed in October of 2020. Owner can do a demo flight with a buyer with a deposit. Aircraft is in Pacific Northwest. Owner is a CFI who can do checkrides for insurance if necessary.

      Seller Information

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      Name: Erin Pitts
      Title: Aircraft Broker
      Company: USA Aircraft Brokers
      Address: Our Headquarters
       Chataignier, LA 70524

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