F.8L Falco, N627SF
For more information, see Jim Petty in the Falco Hangar
Approaching 77 years, I find that I'm no longer flying enough to justify hanging on to this classic bird. It's time to pass it on to someone who'll love owning and flying a Falco as much as I have.
ENGINE: Lycoming IO-320-BIA (overhauled to 0 hours by Don George, Inc in March 1994 as an experimental engine -- I believe all applicable ADs have been complied with)
PROPELLER: Hartzell HC-C2YL-1BF (27 hours since overhaul with new hub)
TOTAL TIME, AIRFRAME & ENGINE: 885 hours
El Reno Aviation Model LW-13742 Oil Filter Adapter
Narco Mark 12D+ Nav-Comm
Flightcom Model 403D Intercom with digital clearance recorder
Falcon Model GH02V-3 Gyro Horizon/Attitude Indicator (new November 2011)
Aux Power Port ("cigarette lighter")
Aerox Model 2D Oxygen System
Concorde RG-35B Battery
One owner, also builder
None. Only compliments. I built this plane to fly it. While I'm proud of my workmanship, I chose not to spend the extra time and money to make it a show plane.
The price includes all logs, manuals, blueprints, records, receipts, construction photos, spares, molds, templates and specialized support/maintenance equipment and tools.
I hold the FAA Repairman's Certificate for this airplane, and have performed most of the maintenance, repairs and minor modifications to it. I will remain available for consultation with the new owner about this airplane. If practical, I am also willing to assist with the first annual inspection by the new owner or his mechanic to help familiarize him or her with this airplane.
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