Abandoned Aircraft

Abandoned Aircraft

Description

I am working with numerous private airport (public use) owners to remove abandoned aircraft from their airports. Some of the aircraft have been deregistered with tail numbers removed. If you are interested in any of these aircraft please email me which ones you are interested in. These aircraft are not being auctioned, they will be listed with an asking price and sold via first come first served. As the paperwork clears I will post 50 to 100 pictures for each aircraft along with any log books that are available. Once the paperwork clears each aircraft will be listed in my used aircraft section of Flymall.org. It can take 3 or 4 months for the paperwork to clear and for me to have a clear title. Check back often since I will be adding more aircraft to this list.

The following aircraft may be available soon for sale:

Cessna
1965 182 J - (sales code 26) - flyable
1970 A 150 L - (sales code 594)
1981 A 185 F on floats - (sales code 60) - flyable
1975 150 M - (sales code- 75) - parts aircraft
1973 150 L - (sales code 19) - maybe flyable
1966 172 H - (sales code 16)
2 Cessna 177 fixed gear - 1 with no engine
1967 150 G - (sales code 858)
1974 A 185 F on floats - (sales code 174)
1985 172 P - (sales code 989) - no engine
172 N model - (sales code 738)

Mooney
1978 M20 J - (sales code 201)
1968 M20 F - (sales code 385)
1978 M20 J - (sales code 422)
An M20 J with no tail number - (sales code 085)

Piper
1976 Seneca PA34200T - (sales code 751) - parts aircraft, has log books
1962 Comanche PA24 - (sales code 780) - parts aircraft
1966 PA24-260 - (sales code WB)
Piper Cherokee apart on a trailer with no engine
PA-25-235 - (sales code 956)
1961 PA-24-180 - (sales code 757) no engine
1956 PA-22 150 - (sales code 684)
1972 PA-28R-200 - (sales code 526)

Beechcraft
1967 V35 - (sales code 4w)
1950 B35 - (sales code 195)

Grumman American
1978 GA 7 - (sales code 747) This aircraft has been sitting in the same spot since the 1990s and is in very poor condition.

Stinson
1947 108-1 - (sales code 888)

Ryan
1950 Navion B - (sales code 88)

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Other aircraft will be available soon. These aircraft will be added to this list. Complete details and pictures will be posted for each aircraft.
Detailed Information
Detailed Description
This is a list of aircraft that may be available soon. Most will be sold at wholesale prices. Some of these aircraft will not have any log books or maintenance history. Check back often since I will be updating this list as more aircraft are made available.
Today in Aviation History
October 19, 1874: Prof. Washington H. Donaldson performs the world's first aerial wedding, between Miss Elizabeth Walsh, a featured equestrienne with P.T. Barnum's Roman Hippodrome act, and Charles Colton, another Barnum performer. Besides Donaldson, the bride and the groom, the balloon carried two witnesses and the Rev. Howard B. Jefferies. The flight departed from Cincinnati's Lincoln Park.