Airframe Time: 10,159 Hours Total Time Engine Time: 187 Hours SFREM on IO520D, 300 HP, (2002) Propeller Time: 465 Hours on McCauley C403 three blade
Annual Due: February 2020 Useful Load: 1172 Lbs
King KMA 24 Audio Panel with 3LMB King KX 165 Digital flip/flop 760 channel Nav/Com King KCS 55A Slaved HSI King KX 155 Digital flip/flop 760 channel Nav/Com King KI 209 Glide Slope/VOR/Localizer indicator King KT 76A Transponder with Mode C (KT 74 slide-in replacement for $2400 with give ADSB out) King KLN 90B moving map GPS S-Tec 50 Auto-pilot with Altitude hold Remote three light marker beacon Ryan TCAD Indicator Fuel flow computer Gem Insight color graphic engine monitor Electronics International volt/amp gauge Davtron M800 Digital Timer PS Engineering PM1000 four place intercom Two 24 volt outlets and two 12 volt outlets Avionics master switch Standby vacuum source Emergency avionics power Dual push-to-talk buttons Dual remote transponder ID buttons Remote auto-pilot controls on left yoke Low voltage light
Factory float kit Robertson STOL Kit with drooping ailerons Stainless steel cables RMD Wingtips with lights Twin factory landing lights in nose Lifting rings 84 gallons long range fuel Factory zinc-chromate internal corrosion proofing Bubble windows Double window latches Shoulder harnesses at all four seats Dual articulating seats in front Inertia-reel shoulder harness at pilot's seat Factory extended baggage High-backed quick removable split rear bench seat Factory skylights in ceiling Horizontal stabilizer abrasion boots Tail mounted rotating beacon 850x6 main tires and Scott 3200 tailwheel Cleveland wheels and brakes "One piece" windshield Soros air vents Polished spinner Brackett air filter Micro-dynamics vortex generators Tail-cone lift handles Re-fuelling steps and handles Stainless steel screw kit Static wicks Tailwheel lock Rear fuselage jackscrew access panels
Tan utility interior with lighter colored headliner. Black carpet. Generally in good condition. Rated 8 out of 10.
Traditional California Highway Patrol (CHP) paint scheme. Overall white with a balck major accent and CHP Orange minor accent. Very official looking and in good condition. Rated 8 out of 10.
This was one of 23 Skywagons that the California CHP used to police the state before they were sold off surplus about 10 years ago and were replaced by new 206's. Excellent, no expense spared government maintenance. All of them were groundlooped at some time (Probably why they went to 206's) and anything they needed, they got. This plane was sold to a new owner in Atlanta when it was retired. That is where it has lived since it was in CA. It is now back in Placerville at Skywagons.com LLC. The ferry pilot that went to get it was the retired CHP officer that flew it 3000 plus hours as his work plane. See a few old photos from the wall of the restaurant in Auburn where it used to be based.