SALVAGE BID FORM
PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE AND "SUBMIT" - so it is received in this office no later than 4:30 pm EST, Friday, May 26, 2017 .
All bids must be returned directly to AviationSalvageBids@cvstarr.com by submitting the form below or to fax # (404) 946-1497
AIRCRAFT: 1972 Beechcraft 55, N855TE, s/n TE-867
ENGINE(S) - M&M, S/N: Left Continental IO-520-C7, s/n 830492-R
Right Continental IO-520-C7, s/n 823853-R
PROPELLER(S) – M&M, S/N: Left Hartzell PHC-C3YF-2UF/FC7663B-2R s/n EB7084B
Right Hartzell PHC-C3YF-2UF/FC7663B-2R s/n EB6897B
APPROXIMATE TOTAL HOURS (estimated TT & TSMO from logbooks or other information):
ENGINE(S): Left ETT 640.7
Right ETT 640.7
PROPELLER(S): Left PTSN 417.7
Right PTSN 435.7
AIRFRAME: AFTT 3502.7
OTHER EQUIPMENT: Aspen Engineering Evolution Primary Flight Display, PS Engineering PMA 8000A Audio Panel, Garmin GNS 530 Nav/Com, Garmin GNS 430 Nav/Com and a Garmin GTX 327 Transponder
DESCRIPTION OF ACCIDENT: After landing the aircraft was in a left turn exiting the runway when the landing gear collapsed. The right main landing gear was the first to fold followed by the left main landing gear
and the nose gear. Both engines suffered sudden stoppages.
DESCRIPTION OF DAMAGES: All the propeller blades are curled and both engines suffered sudden stoppages. The outboard right wing is scraped. The wing step is bent and the area around the area where it attaches is wrinkled.
Both in board main landing gear doors were destroyed. The hinges were broken and their attach points damaged. The inboard bulkhead of the left main landing gear well is heavily wrinkled and bent.
The inboard bulkhead in the right main landing gear wheel well is also wrinkled and so is the bottom of the fuselage just inboard of it.
LOCATION OF AIRCRAFT: Columbia, MO. Columbia Regional Airport.
REMARKS: Logbooks stored with field adjuster Kevin Good, Aviation LS. Written prior permission required from insurance company to physically inspect salvage.
STARR ADJUSTER CONTACT: Ed Encinas, Senior Claims Manager (404) 720-1966; email is “Edward.email@example.com”
OTHER CONTACT: Field Adjuster Kevin Good (314) 308-0183 cell; email is firstname.lastname@example.org
CLAIM NUMBER: AVSIL0425169
You are advised that the described aircraft is for sale “AS IS/WHERE IS”. The aircraft may have been deregistered. Emails and faxes will be accepted no later than 4:30 pm EST, Friday on the date shown above.
The successful bidder will be notified on the following Tuesday and agrees to provide payment via wire transfer unless an alternate payment method is agreed to by Starr. Salvage will not be released until receipt of your wire
transfer or other payment method as agreed to by Starr. All storage and handling charges accrued prior to notification of high bid will be the responsibility of Starr and after that date will be the responsibility of the purchaser.
Starr reserves the right to reject any or all bids.
Starr makes no expressed nor implied warranties for the condition, fitness for purpose, value, airworthiness or operation of performance of any kind whatsoever, whether in contract or tort in respect to the sale of any aircraft salvage. The buyer
acknowledges that they have had the opportunity to inspect and evaluate the aircraft before signing and forwarding their bid and purchasing same.
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