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Derswede

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I've given up on getting the bird I had been wanting....last one had major fuselage rot. Now have snagged a Hawk which will need a bit of repair, so need to fund that and more dual time to get back current. I had snagged a nice Continental 65 from an A&P which had come out of his T-Craft, replaced with a C-85 he had rebuilt. The engine in my warehouse at my company in the town of Kernersville, NC (near Greensboro, 1.5 hrs north of Charlotte). I am asking $3500 for the engine. I also have a rebuildable Lycoming O-145 which I will let go for $1000.

I'd rather keep them, but business has been poor this year (Duh!) and so must use what I have to finance flying. Please PM me if you have any questions. For cost, I can crate the engine for shipping...in wood. Several truck lines are nearby, so I can quote delivered price as well. There is a flanged 85HP Conti crankshaft available as well.

Well, have the logs for the Conti 65....626 hours, removed to install a fresh engine he had. Reported 1 Qt oil burn every 5 hrs flt. time. Engine was reported running well at time of removal. Engine was pickled and stored in a heated garage. Has mags and carb as well. This engine has a Flange crankshaft installed as well. The Lycoming has been sitting for a few years pickled, the owner did inspect it and said little wear, his comment to me was that he would have no problem flying behind it. Came out of a Lyc. powered T-Craft. Spare crank is from same source, he said it had never been ground. Can mike the journals if you know what stock is.

Photos available via email.

Derswede
 

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I've given up on getting the bird I had been wanting....last one had major fuselage rot. Now have snagged a Hawk which will need a bit of repair, so need to fund that and more dual time to get back current. I had snagged a nice Continental 65 from an A&P which had come out of his T-Craft, replaced with a C-85 he had rebuilt. The engine in my warehouse at my company in the town of Kernersville, NC (near Greensboro, 1.5 hrs north of Charlotte). I am asking $3500 for the engine. I also have a rebuildable Lycoming O-145 which I will let go for $1000.

I'd rather keep them, but business has been poor this year (Duh!) and so must use what I have to finance flying. Please PM me if you have any questions. For cost, I can crate the engine for shipping...in wood. Several truck lines are nearby, so I can quote delivered price as well. There is a flanged 85HP Conti crankshaft available as well.

Well, have the logs for the Conti 65....626 hours, removed to install a fresh engine he had. Reported 1 Qt oil burn every 5 hrs flt. time. Engine was reported running well at time of removal. Engine was pickled and stored in a heated garage. Has mags and carb as well. This engine has a Flange crankshaft installed as well. The Lycoming has been sitting for a few years pickled, the owner did inspect it and said little wear, his comment to me was that he would have no problem flying behind it. Came out of a Lyc. powered T-Craft. Spare crank is from same source, he said it had never been ground. Can mike the journals if you know what stock is.

Photos available via email.

Derswede
interested in lycoming 0-145 if avail. give me a callmarc 5404071530
 

Derswede

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I still have a flanged crank available. Conti crank, PO said never been ground, he had it as a backup crank for his T-Craft and his Mong Sport.

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