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SIAI Claim #: 2017-155
Your bid is solicited for the following aircraft, as is, where is, before deadline of 7:00 pm Eastern on January 5, 2018
WARRANTY: There is no warranty, express or implied for the information provided herein or the condition, useability,
workability, operability or marketability of the aircraft salvage. All times are approximate and the logbooks
and aircraft should be inspected by each bidder BEFORE BIDDING. Failure of the bidder to view the
salvage or wreckage, or confirm any information provided is NOT grounds for a claim or withdrawal of bid
after bid closing date.) Read CONDITIONS at bottom of page.
HOURS estimated from logbooks or other information - not guaranteed or warranted
AIRCRAFT: 1966 Piper PA-28-140 N6428R, s/n 28-221608
The last Annual Inspection was performed on 10/21/2011 at total time 4,262.9. The current total time is 4290.53.
According to the last owner, it was undergoing an extensive annual inspection which was almost complete.
ENGINE: Lycoming O-320-E2A, s/n L-16447-27A
The last Annual Inspection was performed on 10/21/2011 at total time 4,262.9, TSMOH 899.6. The engine has 927.17 hours TSMOH in 1986.
PROP: Sensenich M74DM-0-58, s/n K6951, with a Total Time Since New of 4,262.9, at the Last Annual Inspection on 10/21/2011.
EQUIPMENT: The following items were removed and are securely stored:
(1) Audio Panel KING ka134 tso p/n 071-2009-02 s/n 5203
(1) GPS Garmin GNX 300XL tso p/n 011-00433-001 s/n 95104002
(1) Transponder Bennet Avionics p/n 41470-1028 s/n 145
(1) NAV/ COM Bendix King p/n 064-1051-60 s/n 5347
DESCRIPTION OF ACCIDENT:
Hurricane force winds from Hurricane Irma caused a storm surge, marinating N6428R including the wings, fuselage belly, and the engine with salt water.
There was evidence of salt-water depth of 31 - 45 inches, and the depth was likely much higher before leveling out. In addition to the surge, Hurricane
strength winds also blew debris and the salt water horizontally for up to 18 hours.
DESCRIPTION OF DAMAGES: See attached photos. **PHOTOS**
At the time of the hurricane, the aircraft was in a state of disassembly due to the annual inspection in progress. The seats, left gear, and left wing had
been removed and were on the hangar floor and completely immersed in salt water for an extended period of time. The lower portion of the fuselage,
wings and engine were also submerged in salt water
LOCATION OF AIRCRAFT: In a hangar at Marathon Airport (KMTH), Florida Keys
INQUIRIES: Jim Goode, 561-691-0915, mail@JimGoode.net
REMARKS: Due to the lack of electrical power and fresh water for at least a week, no efforts were made to mitigate corrosion.
There is no Airworthiness Certificate.
CLAIM NUMBER: 702292 SIAI NO: 2017-155
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CONDITIONS: The aircraft listed are for sale "as is where is". There is no warranty either express or implied.
All times and descriptions are believed to be the best information available and are not warranted. Prospective
buyers should inspect the aircraft and records before bidding. Purchaser bears all risk regarding condition,
useability, workability, and operability of all salvage.
The underwriters have full and complete authority for all decisions regarding salvage and they reserve the right
to reject any or all bids.
The bid deadline dates are firm without exception.
Payment in full by Wire Transfer, cashier's check or certified funds is required within 7 business days
of notification to the successful bidder.
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