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Aero Commander 685 twin engine aircraft VH-FVJ

$44,000

Quantity Available: 1

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Closed: 19/05/2010 4.00 PM AEST

  • Condition: Used
  • Buyers premium 10%
  • GST: Inclusive
    (see below note)
  • Deliver to: Pickup Only QLD
  • Location: Maryborough Airport, Salt Water Creek Road, Maryborough, QLD
  • Support: Michael Pankhurst or (p) 0408 720 290

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Description

Aero Commander 685 twin engine aircraft VH-FVJ, year model 1971, Serial number 12034, Aircraft TTIS, 4559.5 hours. Twin Continental 6TS10520K engines, Hartzell HCH3YN-2F Props. Aircraft is currently not airworthy and is being sold on an as is where is basis. (45364-1)

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Aero Commander 685 Aircraft VH-FVJ

NOTE: The Aircraft is currently not airworthy and is being sold on an "As is, Where is" basis. All descriptions and photographs are guides only. Inspection by prospective purchasers is highly recommended.

The Aircraft - Commander 685

Aircraft Serial No - 12034

Year Model - 1971

Aircraft TTIS - 4559.5 hours

Engines

PORT:

Type - Continental

Model - GTS10 520K

Serial No - 605038

TSO - 897.1

TTSN - 4,722.1

Last O/H Date - July 1995

Recomended O/H Period - 1,200 hrs

Installed TSO @ A/C hrs  - NIL @ 3,660.1 A/C hrs (TTSN = 3,825.0 hrs)

STARBOARD:

Type - Continental

Model - GTS10 520K

Serial No - 226105R

TSO - 319.8

TTSN - 2,615.5

Last O/H Date - 4th August 2000

Recomended O/H Period - 1,200 hrs

Installed TSO @ A/C hrs  - NIL @ 4,238.2 A/C hrs (TTSN = 2,295.7 hrs)

Propellers

PORT:

Type - Hartzell

Model - HCH3YN-2F

Serial No - DV-92

TSO - Nil hrs

TTSN - U/K

Last O/H Date - February 2007

Recomended O/H Period - 2000 hrs or 10 years

Installed TSO @ A/C hrs  - NIL @ 4,558.0 A/C hrs 

STARBOARD:

Type - Hartzell

Model - HCH3YN-2F

Serial No - DV-36

TSO - Nil hrs

TTSN - 4,720.0 hrs

Last O/H Date - February 2007

Recomended O/H Period - 2,000 hrs or 10 years

Installed TSO @ A/C hrs  - NIL @ 4,558.0 A/C hrs

Maintenance Release

Maintenance Release No - Expired

M/R Valid to Date - N/A

M/R Valid to Hrs - N/A

M/R Issued by - Maryborough Aviation Services

Maintenance System - CASA Schedule 5

Aircraft Empty Weight - 2,977 Kgs

Description of Aircraft Status

The aircraft is currently not airworthy.

Radios

VHF/NAV COM1 - King KX175

VHF/NAV COM2 - King KX175

GPS - Garmin GPS 155

TRANSPONDER - TDR 950

ADF 1 - King KR87

ADF 2 - King KR87

WEATHER RADAR - Bendix RDR150

ELT - Artex ELT 110-4

AUDIO - King KMA24

DME - King KN62A

HF - Codan 9323

Autopilot

Autopilot - Bendix FCS810

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Maryborough Airport, Salt Water Creek Road, Maryborough, QLD.

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