1992 American Champion Aircraft 8KCAB

 

 

Price

$95,500

Year

1992

Make

American Champion

Model

American Champion

Reg #

N139AC

Located In

Texas


Maule Air Texas
 
Aircraft Summary
 
This beautiful Super Decathlon is ADS-B compliant and ready for your next Loop!


N 139AC - Price: $95.5K!!


Times:


Airframe Time: 1410 TT SNEW / Factory Metal Spars
Engine: 635 SMOH (2nd Run - Lycoming AEIO- 360)
Propeller: 361 TTSN (Two Blade - Constant Speed)

Avionics:

Garmin GNS 430 GPS-COM / WASS
Garmin GTX-345 ADS-B In / Out
Garmin G-5 Attitude Indicator
Garmin GI-106 Glideslope
ECI Engine Monitor – Smart Scan
Electric HDG / DG
Two Place Intercom
G Meter

Exterior:

10 / 10
Colors: Sunburst Scheme - White w/ Red

Interior:

10 / 10
Colors: Red / Brown Inserts
Material: Fabric / Vinyl
Hooker Harness – F&R

Options:

Super Skylight
Factory Tinted Windows
Hooker Harness – F&R
Factory Spades
Wheel Pants
Wheelen High Intensity LED Nav / Landing Lights
Wingtip Strobes
Airwolf Remote Oil Filter
Tanis Block Heater
New Tires – 11/2017
406 MHz ELT

Remarks:

Complete Log Books, Equipment Manuals
All AD’s / SB’s CW
Next Annual Inspection Due: December 2019

Weight & Balance:

Gross 1,950lbs
Empty 1338.2lbs
Payload 611.88

Damage History:

First owner had a Prop Strike in 2009 – Western Airways Tear-Down Inspection – New Prop

General Condition:

This aircraft is in Almost NEW condition

Owner Notes:

- Located in Utah

- Note: For a short period prior to rolling out the aluminum upgrade, American Champion produced a landing-gear attachment hardware kit that upgraded the payload to 1,950#’s using the original steel landing gear and that’s what was installed on N-139AC.

- Weight & Balance:

Max Gross Weight = 1950.0 lbs.
Empty Weight = 1336.82
Useful Load = 613.18
Empty Weight C.G. = 11.546

- Acrobatic MTOW:

Whether you have the mounting-hardware update, as on N-139AC, or the newer factory-installed aluminium legs the Acro max weight doesn't change, it remains at 1800 lbs. At 175 lbs I'm able to remain within the acrobatic limits flying with full fuel. As far as flying acro with a passenger, the only experience I had with that was when I flew a 8KCAB for acrobatic training. On those days we would take-off with something at or less than 1/2 fuel to keep within the limits.

N 139AC - Price: $95.5K!!

(Specifications, performance, equipment, STC’d equipment, component times, damage history and condition subject to verification upon inspection)

Brokered by Maule Air Texas, Inc. – 214-384-1858

Color: Red / White
 

Maule Air Texas
 
 
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