Wendy Beye recently sold her 1948 Sedan. She told us that she was sad to see it go, but happy that she had found the perfect place for N1164H: At the age of about five, the new owner – now in his late twenties – had taken his very first ride in an airplane. It was in this Sedan with Wendy as his pilot! What a wonderful story! We wish Wendy all the best and the new owner many exciting and troublefree flights in 15AC-179!
Here is Wendy's description of the plane at the time of sale: "Frame-up restoration in 1987. Hangared since then. Razorback fabric/dope. Polished wings. Interior carpeting, headliner and upholstery replaced in 1987 and in great condition. Windshield and left-side window replaced in 1987. Continental O-300 engine and propeller 650 hours since overhaul in 1989. TTAF 3300 hours. Icom radio. Venturi-driven attitude indicator, directional gyro and turn/slip indicator. 8.5" tires. Cleveland brakes with dual pedals (FAA field approval). All ADs complied with. Complete logbooks from the first flight! No major damage. Dry-country plane. No corrosion. Roomier than a Skylane. Carries the same load without fussing. Great backcountry plane. Located in Roundup, Montana, USA."
(This page last updated: 03/2012)
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