Wittman Tailwind
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1994 W-10 Wittman Tailwind. Lycoming O-320-E3D 150HP.    Aircraft total time since new: 434.4 hours. 
Engine total time:  1934 hours 434.4 SMOH   Fuel: 43 gallons, with 10 in aux tank.  IFR instruments.
Empty Weight 852 lbs. 
This is a well built Tailwind.

170 mph cruise
800-900 mile range
Great rate of climb!

IFR Instument Panel

Instruments include:

Vacuum gauge
Airspeed Indicator
Heated Pitot Tube
Turn & Bank
Attitude Indicator
Directional Gyro
Marker Beacon
Encoding Altimeter
Verticle Speed Indicator
Tachometer with hour meter
Cylinder Head Temp gauge
Exhaust Gas Temp gauge
Manifold Pressure Gauge
Oil Pressure, Oil Temp
Eyebrow Instrument Panel lights
Overhead Panel and map lights
Strobe lights on wingtips
Aux tank fuel pump
ELT with recent battery

Airmap 2000 GPS
Narco Escort II Nav/Com 720
Icom 720 Nav/Com
King K176A Transponder
Intercom system

Covered with Stits system & Polytone paint.
Cleveland Wheels and Brakes
Cross over exhasut system
Quick change oil drain
New Tires and New Brake Pads
Michelin leak resistant tubes
New battery

New Tinted Windows
Standard large baggage area
Cloth Seats
New Paint
Recent Annual Inspection

Horizontal and Verticle Trim adjusters.

Spin on Oil Filter
Oil/Air separator
Recent new Slick Mags, and Ignition Harness, and Plugs
Lite Weight starter

This plane was built by a licensed aircraft mechanic, a good friend and neighbor of
Steve Wittman. Steve flew this plane twice, as recorded in the logbook, during the
test flying.  The engine came out of a 1972 PA-28, and the overhaul was done
near Oshkosh by an Oshkosh Grand Champion Tailwind winner, who helped Steve with his engines, and has reputation of doing high quality work in His full time engine shop near
Oshkosh. No oil leaks.  Compression: 76 72 74 72   The engine logbook is complete since new, as is the plane logbook.

I purchased this plane from the builder, and have flown it about 400 hours, many trips from Phoenix to Oshkosh.  You can trim it to fly hands off.

New seating to accommodate taller pilots.

The plane is located in Phoenix, Arizona, Deer Valley airport.
The appraised value is $28,500.

George Turner
602 867 7626
Email: tailwind222@yahoo.com
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