2008 CIRRUS SR22-G3 GTS
1,385 Hours TTSN (Flight)
TKS Basic Ice Protection System
Factory Installed Air Conditioning
Avidyne Warranty Through January 2021
Garmin GMA 35 Remote Audio Panel w\3D Audio and Split Coms
Garmin GTN 650/750 GPS/NAV/COM
Avidyne Digital DFC90 Autopilot
Garmin GTX 33 w/ES Transponder ADS-B Out
Garmin FlightStream 510
LoPresti Ice Skate Wheel Pants
Located in Reno, Nevada
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This aircraft went back on the market March 5 with an asking price of $359,900.
Looks like the current owner decided to sell after flying only 30 hours over 41 days.
That puzzles me. Seems to me that even if somebody pays the full asking price the transaction costs will eat up any profit for the seller.
What am I missing?
Well it could be anything. I had a Freightliner tractor blow an engine, and a 50 ton crane blow an engine... in the same two week period! AND, my shop compressor (big - for 37k sq ft shop) spun bearing. Damaged crank. New compressor. And then that overhead crane.... The servograph? The shears?
Hanging on to the plane so far! But sometimes, circumstances just get in the way.
man for $350k i would consider selling mine :P
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