No Corrosion, Apollo GX55 VFR Panel-Mount GPS, Apollo SL40 Comm, Current Inspections, Good-Looking Paint and Interior, Well-Maintained and Regularly Flown, Economical Personal Airplane.
Airframe Total Time - 4390 Hours (Flown regularly)
Since Major Overhaul (SMOH) - 50 Hrs
Sensenich Propellor-50hrs SPOH
Last Annual Inspection - October 2008
4390 TT, Flown Regularly, Very Clean Airframe, No Corrosion, Empty Weight 1049.1 lbs., Useful Load 550.9 lbs.
Continental 0-200-A, 100 hp,  50 SMOH, Last Annual October 2008 (Poudre Aviation, Greeley, Co), 5.5 gal./hr. SkyTech Lightweight Starter. New Baffles
Sensenich Model 69CK Prop,  50 SPOH.
Spin-On Oil Filter
Modern Artificial Horizon (photo shows old one)
New Battery July 08
Apollo GX55 VFR GPS with Moving Map Display.
Apollo SL40 Communications Radio.
Cessna RT359A Mode C Transponder.
Flightcom 403mc Two-Place Intercom with 1/8" Stereo Jack Audio Input.
Overall White with Red and Light Blue Trim.
White Vinyl Seats with Red Cloth Inserts, Newer Door Panels and Headliner.
Annual Inspection Oct 08, Transponder Check Oct 08, . ELT Battery due Mar 09.
Note:  The airframe log books from 1966 through 1973 are missing.  The aircraft accumulated 2714 hours prior to August 20, 1973.  The majority of those hours were likely to have been flown during the first three and a half years of the aircrafts history while owned by Johnson Flying Service in Missoula, MT (http://www.flymissoula.com/index.aspx/about/History).  A title search revealed that the aircraft has remained in single-owner/co-owner hands since being sold by Johnson Flying Service in September 1969.
Damage History: The left wing was repaired in 1996. There is no entry in FAA/NTSB so unknown cause of damage. The repair was properly documented. The horizontal stabilizer was re-skinned also, with no entry in FAA/NTSB so again unknown cause. It was also properly documented.