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2010 Vans Rv-7/7a (For Sale) Watch Listing
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$91,000.00 Make an Offer
General Information
Sale Status For Sale
Price $91,000.00
Category Single Engine Piston
Year 2010
Make/Model Vans Rv-7/7a
Registration # N923ZA
Serial # 72007
Location PO Box 806 OR 80470
Condition Used
Swap / Trade No
Engine 1 / Engine 2 Overhaul 150 /
Year Painted / Interior 2010 / 2010
Number of Seats 2
Flight Rules IFR
Contact Information
USA AIRCRAFT BROKERS Phone: 720-924-1309
Colorado PO Box 806 OR 80470 United States
Contact Seller
Other Information
Aerobatic Experimental / Homebuild

Description

2010 Vans RV7A Price: $ 91,000.00 Year: 2010 Serial: 72007 Registration: N923ZA TTAF: 150 Ad Type: For Sale Location: OREGON Type: Available Extremely low time, well-built RV7A. Well equipped for VFR flight with Dual Dynon EFIS system. Economical aircraft built to burn unleaded auto fuel. Like new yellow and black paint scheme 8/10. Outstanding opportunity to get in to an RV7 without years in the shop building. Hangered in Oregon, Owner very motivated to sell ASAP, bring your offers. http://www.usaaircraft.com/aircraft-for-sale/116/2010-vans-rv7a

Avionics / Equipment

Dynon D-100 EFIS dual screens Garmin GTX327 transponder ICOM 200 COM back up attitude indicator Air-gizmo panel mount for Garmin 295 VFR GPS ELT 12/22

Airframe

TT150 Quick-build Kit

Engines / Mods / Prop

O360 Teledyne Continental 150 SMOH Propeller Warp Drive ground adjustable propeller

Interior / Exterior

Interior: 8/10 Gray Exterior: 9/10 Yellow with black stripes

Remarks

Addition Features, Equipment or Comments: From the Factory: The RV7A has a roomy cockpit. It is an all-around sport airplane, with excellent cross-country capability, fine aerobatic qualities and superior handling. A typical RV-7 can hold two FAA standard pilots, 100 lbs. of baggage and full tanks: 42 gallons. At the aerobatic gross weight of 1600 lbs., the RV7A complies with the +6/-3G standards of the FAA’s Aerobatic Category and can still carry two people, making it possible for a new pilot to get aerobatic instruction before he or she starts rolling and looping. capable of very short take-offs and landings, it will leave the ground quickly and climb at impressive rates. The rugged fixed steel landing gear makes it possible to operate from almost any airstrip, including grass or dirt. One of the best things about flying an RV is the ability to"go where the fun is" and not be limited to big airports with paved runways.