|WTB: MU-2 Short Body [message #17255]
||Fri, 06 January 2017 14:12
Registered: November 2016
Location: Columbus, OH (KDLZ)
Hello all. Great community you have here. I have been intrigued by the Mits since I was a teenager and read a "Flying" Mits pilot report, then all the banter on BeechTalk lead me to a flight. Nice birds. I think they fit me. Currently flying a 58P. I'm ready to find the right plane and move forward. Some details: |
- Short body
- Good maintenance history
- Fair price
- "M" model or newer
- -10 engines with 1500 or more hours until timed OH
- Current/nice paint
- Current/nice interior
- "Casual sale"
Desire for the short body is to fit in my owned t-hangar. It has a 20' front box section. I've read some posts that say you need 20', some 21'. We measured the nose to back of the tip static wick dimension several times at 19'+/- of the plane I flew in. I'd invest in any MU-2 short body owners overflying the Columbus, OH area willing to make a stop and help me confirm it fits.
Causal sale: Owner as listed on bill of sale is a non-dealer so that sales is classified as "casual", thus Ohio Sales/Use Tax Exemption applies. Less tax means more $$ in the deal for all parties.
Fair price: I'm not looking for a "bottom feeder" price nor am I looking to pay the "see honey, the plane is for sale, wink, wink" price. A fair price for all. I'm not a tire kicker. I've purchased two planes and only looked at a total of three. I'd be happy to refer you to my previous sellers and my selling broker.
Desires are just that - I understand all likely can't be met.
Hope that helps lay out a bit about me and the aircraft I'm looking for. If you, a friend or acquaintance are selling an aircraft that is a good fit, please call me. And, if you are a recent purchaser that has any advice or opinions on planes advertised in the market - I am all ears.