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1968 PIPER CHEROKEE 180D 1/10th Share

cocolos

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$6,500 for 1/10th share for a 1968 Cherokee 180D, N333NC TT:4000, SMOH:300 All compressions 76-78 for all four. Avionics: The Garmin 650 GPS/COM WAAS is IFR rated for GPS and RNAV and the Garmin AREA is the 560 model type and is interfaced with the 650 unit. KLX 135 GPS/COM.

Well taken care of aircraft with IFR, 4 seats and hangared at Sacramento Executive (KSAC). NO DAMAGE HISTORY.

Great club only a few active flyers. $85/hr wet and $75 monthly dues.


Email if you have any questions: [email protected]

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PaulR

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You might want add the cost of the 1/10 share, and best wishes for a new member.
 

PaulR

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Nice looking 180 too and best wishes selling your share, try posting it on the local ap bulletin boards in your are is good way to get the the word out for your share for sale.
 

Charley

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That's a good looking plane. As I get older I see that shared ownership is really the way to go, assuming you get in with a reasonable bunch that can get along.
 
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