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1977 Piper PA-28R-201 Arrow III, N47945 -AE393

SALVAGE

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1977 Piper PA-28R-201 Arrow III – AE393  Close Date: June 12, 2020

 

 

 

 

 

This is to advise that the above damaged aircraft, insured by United States Aircraft Insurance Group, which is managed by United States Aviation Underwrites, Inc. (USAU), is for sale as is, where is, with no representations or warranties as to the aircraft condition. The undersigned agrees and acknowledges the following additional conditions:

(1) USAU will notify the FAA of the change of aircraft ownership,

(2) USAU will make an entry in the aircraft logbooks indicating that the aircraft was damaged,

(3) The undersigned will disclose to any future purchaser the damage history of this aircraft, and;

(4) A cashier’s check or certified check will be provided to USAU within (10) days of notification of the successful high bid.  The aircraft will be released to the undersigned upon receipt of the funds.

USAU, Inc. reserves the right to reject any and all bids. All storage charges incurred after July  1, 2020 will be the responsibility of the purchasers.

AIRCRAFT: 1977 Piper PA-28R-201 Arrow III

REG: N47945

SERIAL NO.: 28R-7837018

APPROXIMATE TOTAL HOURS (estimated from logbooks or other available information)

AIRFRAME: 8,044 TT

ENG.: 691 SMOH by Penn Yan Aero (Lycoming IO-360-C1C6)

EQUIPMENT:  GMA 340, GNS 530W, GNS 430, KT74, Asepen EFD 1000, Stec 30a with altitude, EDM 900

DESCRIPTION OF ACCIDENT

In tornado, hangar doors blew in striking the aircraft.

DESCRIPTION OF DAMAGES

Minor prop damage, other mostly cosmetic issues

LOCATION OF AIRCRAFT

John Tune Airport (JWN), Nashville, TN

Note: Storage facility will not comment on wreckage. It is recommended each purchaser inspect the damaged aircraft.

Please submit your bid on this form and return so it is received no later than NOON,CENTRAL TIME, June 12, 2020. No bids will be accepted after this date.