New COPA member here seeking a straightforward mid time SR22 with no damage history.
I have been regularly observing the usual sites (controller, ASO, Barnstormers, etc) and after having been under contract I find the process to be full of surprises. If you are considering selling your G2/G3 please reach out.
Ryan, I have a 2004 G2, 1580 hours, #1 WAAS. Great plane, super clean. Solid engine. $219,900. Let me know if you want more info.
I have a good friend who wants to sell his 2004 SR22 and partner with me. The plane has 1,071 since new, DFC90 and one of the 430's is WAAS. Never any damage and it just went through an annual / pre purchase at a Cirrus SC, but the pending deal fell through. He's asking $227, let me know if you might be interested and I'll give you his contact info.
I'm not selling mine, but you are smart to poke around COPA to find a solid airplane. I bought mine about 9-10 years ago from a COPA member.....it was flown right and well taken care of. The used market is full of landmines. Just be patient and wait for COPA to cough up your plane...worth the wait.
My old partner is selling his 2004 NA, TKS bird. #1 430 is WAAS Plane has somewhere around 525 hours and no damage history. I flew it for 100 or so hours, nice plane. Based in KSTS (Santa Rosa, CA)
You still looking ? See my post above. This is a very clean airplane..
Let me encourage you to look carefully at the logbooks regarding usage. It's normal to think that a plane with very low time is a better value than one with more hours. What you want is a plane that's been flown regularly instead of a hanger queen that's been sitting for years.
I have 2004/2005 GTS. TKS Skywatch. Radios upgraded 2 Garmin 650 GTN (WAAS), Garmin 345 ads-b transponder, and flightstream 210. The plane is in great shape and flown regularly (1250 hours). It is hangared in NY.
i have a 2005 GTS with everything but air. 1500 hrs, just out of Annual, always service center maintained. Super clean, always hanngered. Great useful load and as fast as any normally aspirated that you will find. DFC autopilot, airwolf, Tanus. Just flew it to Bahamas. NdH. Does not have WAAS, but priced accordingly.
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