1946 Globe Swift 

N80971                   $65,000 OBO

Manufactured September 1946, s/n 1164.  5600 TTAF, 75 SMOH.  Last annual inspection October 2020.  Continental O-300 145hp engine.  King KMD150 color multifunction display GPS, King KX155 Nav/Com with VOR/LOC/GS, King KT76A transponder. 


"Swiftronics" FC-100 computerized fuel management system, Cessna 150 seats, dual stick controls, PTT and electric trim on  pilot control stick. 

"P-51" gear door modifications.  New 50 amp alternator and new starter. 


Always hangared; exterior 8.5/9, interior 9/9.5.  All records since new.


36.6 gallons fuel (27.6 gallons main / 9.0 gallons aux)

Performance:  burns 6.5 GPH @ 65% power.  


1963 Cessna 310H PROJECT

              N80K           2596 TT               

$60,000  (Offers Considered)


1959 Cessna 175

        N6646E          

Sorrell SNS-8 Hiperlight [Project]

​$15,500

This is a kit build which is 80% complete.  The Sorrell Hiperlight SNS-8 (Sorrell Negative Stagger) Bi-Plane is a single place biplane which can be completed as an ultralight, light sport, or experimental aircraft.  50hp Rotax 503 engine with dual carbs, dual ignition, and new from factory Type B gearbox.  All parts to finish construction are included; minor hardware may need to be procured.  SEVERAL UPGRADES HAVE BEEN MADE TO THE BASIC KIT by the builder/owner.  Needs fabric on fuselage, final finish on wings and tail, and final paint to give it your custom look.  Has been stored inside hangar at low humidity.  Located north of Calhan, CO.  New basic SNS-8 kits are currently selling for $25,500,

and estimated cost to build ranges from $27,000-$30,000.  

Low time, fast, extremely efficient, with extraordinary avionics and a sleek silhouette!  180hp Lycoming IO-360-B2F engine, 323 SMOH.  3-blade MT Prop, 323 SNEW.  GMA340 audio w/MB, GTN650 GPS/com, GTX 345 transponder with ADS-B in/out, Garmin G3X PFD 10", Garmin G3X MFD 7", Garmin G5 Flight Instrument, Garmin G3X autopilot w/GMC307 control panel, GSA28 autopilot servos.  20" wing extensions, advanced stick controls, Precise Flight Speed Brakes, 4-point shoulder harnesses, wingtip strobes, new main gear overcenter links with improved design.  There's more!!  Click on the "Spec Sheet" button for more features and details.
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   POSTING FOR A FRIEND:  for additional information on this aircraft, please contact David Simmons, 417-664-2262, or david.simmons053@gmail.com.

A panel upgrade would make this a good, inexpensive trainer or time builder.  Continental O-300 engine with only 610 SMOH.  McCauley prop has only 546 SNEW.  PS PM3000 intercom, MX170B nav/com, Garmin 295 portable GPS, NAV-122 VOR/Loc/GS/MB, KR-86 ADF, KT76A transponder, uAvionix tailbeacon ADS-B out.  BAS shoulder harnesses, wingtip strobes, fuel steps, long-range fuel tanks, Cleveland wheels/brakes.  Click on the "Spec Sheet" button for more features and details.
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1994 Starduster Too  SA-300

 N3145M                  489TT                     $40,000

Stand  by - more aircraft inbound.  

Your aircraft could be advertised here at no extra charge!

2009 Lancair 360

        N980PT            324 TTAF            $190,000          

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1964 Beech S35 Bonanza

     N7994K          

1963 Cessna 172E

        N2854U          9443 TTAF            $65,000          

Looking for a good home!  ​Low time, intact but out-of-annual project.  This Cessna 310H is IFR and has low-time props (56.5 SNEW) and left engine (71.8 SMOH).  Right engine 1462 SMOH.​


GMA340, GNS530 GPS/com, KY155 nav/com w/GS, Insight Gemini 1200 Graphic Engine Monitor, Shadin Fuel Flow, GTX327 Transponder.  133 gallon fuel capacity (main 102+31 aux).  All engine

& prop logs exist; airframe logs prior to 1994 are missing. 


Click on SPEC SHEET button for more information.  Located at Meadow Lake Airport (KFLY), Falcon, Colorado.


1964 Cessna 310I   

N8109M 

The Starduster Too has been called “the prettiest biplane ever built.” 
With its powerful engine and responsive handling, the Starduster Too

is a joy to fly.  Its unique blend of style, performance, and nostalgia makes  it a true standout in the world of aviation.  This particular aircraft was given a very detailed inspection in August 2023 upon the current

owner's purchase, and the IA/aircraft restoration specialist/aerobatic pilot determined that it was a very well-built, nice-flying aircraft.  This would be a great airplane for an aerobatic beginner, or for the more experienced pilot who appreciates its flair and capabilities.