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Want to fly a 200mph IFR plane cheaper than a Cessna 172?

From: Scott J.
Sent on: Friday, February 1, 2008 1:36 PM

Greetings!
I am looking for pilots in the Tampa area who who might be interested in flying my RV6A which cruises at 193 mph  (top speed 207 mph) and is IFR equipped. It has a new lycoming 0-360 and constant speed prop, takes off in 300 feet, and climbs 2000 fpm when light. It is an aerobatic plane as well but I chose not to register it in that capacity. I have owned it 10 years, and don't fly it enough to justify owning it all by myself. I am looking at creating a non-profit flying club or putting it in one. Its cheaper to fly and maintain than a cessna 172. Pilot qualifications would probably have to be something like 150 hours total time with probably 10 hours of checkout in the plane.
I have had offers on the plane of $75,000 to purchase so am thinking of selling 10 shares at $6,000 each and forming a non-profit corp so I could still fly it once in a while. Hourly rates would be cheaper than your local FBO's rental rate on a cessna 172.

My name is scott johnson and I moved from chicago to land o lakes florida recently. The plane is on the ramp at pilot country X05. Feel free to see the performance specs on www.vansaircraft.com
I would consider having even as little as 2 to 4 partners but that means a significantly higher share price and I think most people today are not comfortable with that. Anyways if a few people are interested and want to step forward and get the ball rolling, I would like to hear from you.
 
Plane pictures at: http://www.myspace.com/327102119
 
Scott Johnson  [address removed]




From: [address removed]
To: [address removed]
Subject: [aviation-80] SeaMax purchase documents
Date: Fri, 1 Feb[masked]:21:13 -0500

We are trying to locate the best start up aircraft for our club

The SeaMax is a good option.

All members interested in the purchase of the SeaMax - please visit the Files section of our club web site and review the documentation.
Note that I flew the aircraft this week - I like to way it flew.
I would be interested in be a part owner.
Please express your interest by call me at[masked].

All interested is a club purchase should let me know - we will arrange demo flights for all who are interested in purchasing the aircraft...thanks neil




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