Piper Pacer Project
PA22/20 Project. In dry storage for thrity years!
Fuselage sand blasted, primed and painted. UNIVAIR gear conversion completed with new Scott 3200 Tailwheel and spring. New trim jackscrew.
Many extras: Cleveland disc brakes, new tires and tubes, very nice interior with side panels, Airtex wool headliner, new carpets, Dual toe brakes. New center stack instrument panel with full gyros. Stits envelopes and fabric materials to finish. Metalized wings. STC for O-320 Lycoming power. Logs. No engine or radios. Nice four place plane with 900 pound + useful load.
Price $6000 contact Bob at 860-965-8332.
Legion Flying Club - Northampton Airport 7B2
Looking for an additional member.
Legion Flying Club has been in existence for more than 50 years.
$2000 Membership of which $800 is security deposit
$70 per month dues
Club aircraft is a 1967 Cessna 172 with 0-300 D engine VFR only
6400 TT, with 1200 SMOH on a 1800 TBO
Rental is $27 per hour dry
Club is limited to 10 members and there are currently 8
Private Pilot min. requirement
Excellent $100 burger plane
Please contact Pat Routier, email@example.com, 413-519-0885
Seawind Kit as is.
The majority of the plane is complete. The following is a description of work completed and components involved:
- The wings are completed with all wiring, plumbing and fuel lines installed.
- Fuel rods are installed
- Fuel tanks were installed by factory
- The top skin has been fitted but is not bonded on
- Tail section is complete with vertical stabilizer, rudder, elevator all bonded and faired to fuselage
- The engine was rebuilt by Mattituck Aviation and is mounted
- All baffles and tuned exhaust are installed
- Canopy is installed
- Flooring is fitted but not bonded
- All pulleys are installed
- The control column brakes and rudders are mounted to the front floor but not bonded in order to have easy access in order to run electrical, hydraulic, and control cable systems.
I have been assisted during construction by my cousin, an engineer from Pratt and Whitney.
I am a member of EAA Chapter 166, Hartford, CT and all work has been inspected by chapter technical advisors. There is so much more to tell about the plane. I also have hundreds of pictures from all stages of construction.
Please call me for additional information – Moe Schwartzmann, Seawind Project Owner - Newington, CT - cell # 860-604-7583
Please click this link to view a series of images taken during the Seawind project engine hang: