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Cessna P210N, N210BC Rolls Royce Conversion – L3339

SALVAGE

We list a constantly changing inventory of salvage. Check back often to stay current with our listings. To bid on any of these salvage items, click on the aircraft profile, click the Bid on Plane button, fill out and mail/fax your bid. For general questions on our salvage program, please email or call Robert Kehoe at 212.952.0100. For questions on a specific salvage, please contact the handling office found at the bottom of each salvage bid sheet.

Cessna P210N – N210BC (Engine bid only)-L3339 Close Date: 8/1/2019

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 condition of this damaged aircraft,

(2) The aircraft salvage will be sold without an FAA Bill of Sale. The successful high bidder will receive a generic Bill of Sale for its records,

(3) The airframe data plate will be removed,

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

(5) 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 August 9,2019 will be the responsibility of the purchasers.

AIRCRAFT: Cessna P210N Rolls Royce Conversion **JUST THE ENGINE FOR BID**

REG: N210BC

SERIAL NO.: P21000319

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

AIRFRAME:4131

ENG.: Rolls Royce 250-B17F/2–SN: CAE-881305–Engine TT: 1149

EQUIPMENT

DESCRIPTION OF ACCIDENT

AIRCRAFT WAS DEPARTING MGGT IN GUATEMALA AND SUFFERED AN ENGINE FAILURE. HE LANDED ON A HIGHWAY. UPON INVESTIGATION IN THE U.S. IT WAS FOUND THAT THE CRACK IN THE 1ST STAGE TURBINE BLISK CAUSED IT TO SEPARATE.

DESCRIPTION OF DAMAGES

TURBINE SECTION DAMAGE

LOCATION OF AIRCRAFT

ENGINE IS AT ANGLIN AIRCRAFT RECOVERY, DELAWARE, USA

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,EASTERN TIME, AUGUST 1, 2019. No bids will be accepted after this date.