1997 GLASAIR AVIATION GLASAIR III RG For Sale

  • For Sale
  • 1997
  • GLASAIR AVIATION GLASAIR III RG
  • N115DK
  • 3270
  • AZ USA

General Specs (cont.)

Total Time:550

Engine 1 Overhaul Time:550 SMOH

Prop 1 Overhaul Time:550

Condition:Used

Additional Classifications

Experimental / Homebuilt

Detailed Description

ARIZONA. 1997 Glasair III RG, 550 TT, Loaded!! Oshkosh 2000 Lindy Award Winner! Dace Kirk’s Personal Plane! Call for pricing.

Avionics / Equipment

GO P Technologies/AeroSonic Intregated EFIS & MFD System Dual Becker Nav radiosDual Becker Comm radiosTriple GPS units #1. Freeflight #2. OP Tech #3 Lowrance 500 tied to Dynon displayGarmin 330 Transponder with Traffic AlertPS Engineering 8000 Audio PanelPS Engineering CD PlayerTru-Trak Sorcerer AutoPilot with HD servo’sDynon 10A Attitude Horizon with Battery backup optionMechanical Fuel & Oil Pressure gaugesAll circuits protected with MS breakers Annunicator panel Bose Headsets hard wired to systemMountain High O2 system with dual quick disconnects and face cannula 12 hour endurance for 2 peopleSoftware Features in System: Highway in the SkyTraffic alert using Garmin 330TAWSSynthetic Vision/TerrainSmart Card Downloads for both Updates to Software and Jeppenson chartsFull Engine Management system by JPI presented on either screenDynon 10A loaded with GPS #3 presentation and HIS featuresWoodward GovernorCustom Modifications:Custom Paint work on entire aircraft by Morgan Aircraft Service of Arlington, WACustom Paint work on Prop3-axis electric trim Custom Hydraulic system by Phoenix Composites, Inc. which includes: Primary Hydraulic system with 2 pumpsFully separated standby hydraulic system in case primary is rupturedHeavy duty side braces by Stoddard Hamilton, Inc.NEW! Heavy Duty Oleo Strut barrels by Phoenix Composites, Inc. which are 2 X stronger than stockLatest Hydraulic Pump wiring using Pressure switches for UP and DownLatest Gear Indicator wiringLanding Gear MirrorManual Up Lock puller for Nose gearReshaped Upper Cowling Air InletsResized NACA inlets per research of Phoenix Composites, Inc.NACA Inlet (Right side for cooling air direct to Oil Cooler)NACA Inlet (Left side for fresh air direct to engine)Quick Remove Cowling developed by Phoenix Composites, Inc.Contoured Air Inlet Ramps for Engine PlenumRerouted and Improved Fuel Venting SystemCooling Shroud on fuel pumpLow Drag Cut-Off exhaust collector systemHard Mounted Oil Cooler to Firewall not on the cowlingImproved Cabin Air Exhaust SystemCustom Contoured Wing ProfileNACA Template Wing Leading EdgesReinforced Landing Gear Doors good to 150kts Electrical Bonding of all metal componets to static system discharge at rudderCustom made Rudder Extension and Ventral Fin by Phoenix Composites, Inc.Relocation of Seat Backs to accommodate Parachutes by NationalEliminated Cowl flapsBattery located in engine compartment for better performance during startingOverboard outlet for Heater bypassFlush fuel drainsCable Activated Alternate Air assemblyCustom design Defog System by Phoenix Composites, Inc.Leading Edge Position Lamps on wingCustom Center console design (Quick remove) by Phoenix Composites, Inc.Emergency Bus Electrical systemAll internal antenna’s Cam Operated Gear Warning HornIdler Arm support for Elevator control push rodCarbon Fiber Rudder Assembly with Static Discharge wicksStatic Wicks for discharge of control systemElectronic Ignition for engine by Jeff Rose Slick mag #2Ceramic coatings on exhaust systemExhaust shields by Phoenix Composites, Inc.Dual Fuel probes for redundancy and the ability to see fuel load shift in flightSlotted FlapsModified Ailerons into Wing Tip ExtensionsWing Tip Extensions built on permanent with spar extensionsLatest Updated Landing Gear Components by Phoenix Composites, Inc.Matco Heavy Duty 51 LT brake and wheel assembliesAerobatic Engine MountsRear WindowsRepositioned Seat back for more room Larger Cargo area for more roomFull Leather Upholstery with National ParachutesMountain High Oxygen system built in permanentHigh capacity wing tank (80gal useable)Larger Rudder and Ventral FinMetallic Brake PadsStainless/Teflon molded fire sleeve hosesTemper Foam Seats

Airframe

550 Hours Total Time Airframe

Engines / Mods / Prop

Engine Hours Total Time since Demars Blue print major overhaul 550Custom Modifications:Custom Paint work on entire aircraft by Morgan Aircraft Service of Arlington, WACustom Paint work on Prop



Remarks

1997 GLASAIR III RG….LOADED!Oshkosh 2000 Lindy Award Winner! Dace Kirk?s Personal PlaneAirplanes USA is extremely honored to offer a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own the finest Glasair III experimental aircraft in the world. This spectacular machine was built by none other than Dace Kirk, founder of Phoenix Composites (now Performance One Aviation). Phoenix Composites/Performance One Aviation is the premier composite repair, modification and kit-built assist center in the United States.Dace’s highly modified, supremely crafted Glasair III is legendary within the experimental aircraft universe as being among the finest examples of detail, planning, engineering and craftsmanship. This aircraft was awarded the “Lindy Award” for best composite aircraft at Oshkosh, Wisconsin in 2000. The list of additions, modifications, options, accessories, avionics, etc. is mind boggling. With a Demars Special Edition IO540-P1A5 350 hp Lycoming engine this rocket ship cruises at 265 mph. Custom designed and executed paint and interior and all glass panel displays will have you cruising at turbo-prop speeds while burning Comanche level fuel. Look at the accompanying photos for just a glimmer at the supreme craftsmanship and attention to detail in the construction of this dream machine. This aircraft truly needs to be seen in person to believe.This aircraft is not a $150,000 vanilla Glasair III…this is a seriously and expertly modified and crafted one-of-a-kind vehicle. This aircraft is for the pilot who wants the best available aircraft either experimental or certificated. You would have to spend over a million dollars to find an equivalent certificated aircraft and it would probably have a turbine engine.Based near Phoenix, Arizona, the aircraft is available now and Dace Kirk himself will provide checkout and training for the lucky purchaser of this plane. Overseas buyers note: Dace Kirk is available to assist in disassembly and reassembly at your aerodrome along with flight training.Dual Instruction as well as export and worldwide delivery available. All trades considered. Owner is specifically looking for a Cirrus or a Commander to trade. Serious inquiries only please.Contact Kevin Cocozzoli at (850) 683-0477 or Cell (850) 612-0816 Empty Weight 1855 lbsMax Gross Weight 2750 lbsFuel Capacity 85 gallons useableCruise speed at 8500 ft. 2450 rpm 265mph TrueFull IFR CertificationWing span 27 ft. 3in. with wing tip extensions build on Always hangared in Chandler, Arizona

Price

$230,000

Contact Details


(850) 683-0477 Contact:Kevin Cocozzoli Destin, FL USA

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