1989 Glasair SH 2RG: This is one “Mighty” professionally-built aircraft! Powered by a Lycoming 200 HP engine, it twice won the Denver to Oshkosh speed award in its class at 220 KTS! Conservatively, you can expect to cruise near 200 MPH (23/23) sipping just 8 GPH while also enjoying “hands-free” IFR flight with its S-Tec altitude-holding autopilot. Call Tom Robertson today (480) 352-1315.Registration:FAA #N586RHSer #597RAirframe:1,025 TT Since NewNo damage historyEngine:Lycoming IO-360-A1B60 Engine (200 HP, TBO= 2000, S/N# L11864-51A)180 SMOH (7/11 DB Aerotech, NC) / 1,025 SNEWLast Compressions (11/16): 72, 73, 74, 74.Propeller:Hartzell 2-blade constant speed prop (HC-F2YR-1BF)180 SOH (7/11)Avionics:PS Engineering 7000 M-S Audio PanelNarco MK12 D Nav/ComApollo SL40 ComApollo GX55 GPS with moving mapLOC-VOR-G/S Indicator S-TEC Autopilot with ALT HoldNarco AT150 TransponderIntercom (2-place)Astrotech LC6 Digital ChronometerPush-to-talkAvionics MasterMarker BeaconsELTInterior:Interior is in good general condition2 tan cloth seatsExterior:Exterior is in good general conditionPaint scheme: White with red/blue accentsStrobesOther:Tow bars (2)Full custom covers: wings, fuselage, & tail.Cruise 195 MPH, Range 1100 mi. , Ceiling 20,000 ft., Fuel cap. 50 gals.Under 2nd ownership of 16 years.Maintenance:Next annual inspection due 12/01/17Next pitot-static inspection due 10/01/17All logbooksAircraft location:Aircraft is hangared in Beaufort, SC (Zip 29902)Call Tom Robertson at AirplanesUSA (480) 352-1315.Aircraft may be seen by appointment.Information provided is believed accurate although not guaranteed.AirplanesUSA always encourages proper pre-purchase inspections.Flight times may vary with normal aircraft utilization.Personal items in any photos are not included unless so stated.Aircraft may be subject to prior sale or withdrawal from the market.** See for the latest photos and details. **.
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