1938 WACO AGC-8

1938 WACO AGC-8 “Custom” Cabin, one of 17 built of four left on the registry. Originally owned and operated by Transcontinental & Western Air Inc (TWA) in Kansas City, Missouri. Very easy handling on and off the runway with well balanced light controls this aircraft is a delight to fly. Powered by a 330hp Jacobs L6MB with electronic ignition.

For Sale

$184,400
Posted by Rare Aircraft Ltd Updated 10/23/2019

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Details

Year
1938
Make
WACO
Model
AGC-8
Reg #
N2312
Airframe
2329 hrs
Engine 1
116 hrs SMOH
Prop 1
116 hrs SOH
Status
For Sale
Condition
Used
Special Use
Taildragger, Antique-Classic
Location
Faribault, MN
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1938 WACO AGC-8 “Custom” Cabin, one of 17 built of four left on the registry. Originally owned and operated by Transcontinental & Western Air Inc (TWA) in Kansas City, Missouri. Very easy handling on and off the runway with well balanced light controls this aircraft is a delight to fly. Powered by a 330hp Jacobs L6MB with electronic ignition. The Jacobs option makes for the easiest to support and best flying C-8. This award winning restoration is a must see in person.

Engine
Jacobs
L6MB
116 hrs SMOH
Prop
Hamilton Standard
2B20-9
116 hrs SOH

Jacobs L6MB 330 HP By Radial Engines Ltd 4K premium spent on all new parts in overhaul Spitfire Electronic Ignition Remarkably dry and smooth engine

116 Hours since restoration 2011, New wings/wood, Covered in Poly Fiber, Logs back to 1941

Becker AR 6201 Comm Radio, Becker ATC 4401-1 Transponder, Intercom, ELT, Jasco Alternator, ADC oil Filter System, Cleveland Wheels and Brakes, Spitfire Electronic Ignition, Concorde Sealed Battery, FS-450 Fuel Computer

Seller Information

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Name: Ben Redman
Title: General Manager
Company: Rare Aircraft Ltd
Address: Faribault Airport
 3401 Hwy 21 West
 Faribault, MN 55021

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