Skyranger Classic Rotax 912UL 80HP G-CCLU United Kingdom
Skyranger Classic £18000
As I'm upgrading to GA aircraft for sale is my Skyranger Classic (G-CCLU). It's powered by the 80hp Rotax 912 UL engine, driven by a 3 blade Kiev prop and covered with lacquered Dacron skins with plenty of life left in them. Cruises comfortably at 80 MPH at 4000 RPM burning 8-10 l/ph mogas or 100 MPH with a bit of a push and 12-14 l/ph consumption.
- Air speed indicator
- Vertical speed indicator
- Altitude indicator
- Magnetic compass
- RPM gauge
- Oil pressure gauge
- Oil temperature gauge
- Cylinder head temperature gauge
- Coolant temperature gauge
- Voltmeter gauge
- Upgraded optional seats (Half leather/Half Alcantara)
- Landing light
- Strobe light
- Phone/tablet holder
- Intercom with standard GA headset plugs (Yaesu FTA550 ready, radio not included); Running on 9v battery (runs for ~30 hrs per battery)
TTA (03/05/2019): 773
TTE (03/05/2019): 790
Expect the hours quoted to increase slightly as I still fly that whenever I can.
It was professionally built and finished by Lee Stanton in 2004 and ever since it's been maintained to the highest of standards. All log books, annual inspections, build manual, operator manual and documentation is available. Current permit is valid until 20/10/2019. It had a 50 hours service carried out about 20 hours ago, new tyres all around less than 10 hours ago and new engine start button 1 hour ago. It is a very reliable, beautifully built, much loved and very well looked after aircraft but unfortunately I can't afford to keep it. I will be happy to take anyone interested up in it for a test flight as only that will make it justice. Based at EGSX (North Weald Airfield). Price is not negotiable as the asking price is sensible enough.
If you have any further questions and/or require any additional information I forgot to mention - please do not hesitate to give me a call on 07763 834 483
There are loads of additional photos of the aircraft on the internet (yes, it is the Skyranger on the front page of the BMAA website) but if you require any photos of particular parts of the plane - do not hesitate to get in touch and I will be more than happy to provide those.