What a great time we had at the 30th annual Zenith Homecoming this past Friday and Saturday in Mexico, Missouri! Thank you to everyone who visited, participated and helped out! We had a fantastic event with two full days of educational and fun activities at the Zenith kit factory. #BuildItFlyItThank you to all who participated! Photos from the 2021 Zenith Homecoming: September 17 & 18, 2021 at the Zenith kit aircraft factory in Mexico, Missouri. Thank you to Ken Stapleton, Clint Gosch and Sebastien Heintz for the photos. ... See MoreSee Less
Hey Folks! I have a friend in Southwest MO (Stockton) that is selling his Cherokee. This is an awesome trainer if you're looking to get your certificate or just want to poke holes in the sky affordably.
Cherokee 140 Trainer - 1966 $38,000 • Current Annual: 06/03/2021 • TSMOH: 999.33 (Times may change as airplane is flown regularly) • Total time: 4507 • Compressions: #1 79/80, #2 78/80 #3 72/80 #4 78/80 • SkyBeacon ADS-B out • KX-125 Com/Nav • KY-97A Com • Garmin GTX320A Transponder • KMA 20 Audio Panel • Useful Load: 834 LBS (Higher than your average Cherokee. Fill it to the tabs and still carry 642lbs of people) • All AD's complied • Wing spar corrosion AD passed • This model does not require eddy current inspection. • STOL-Craft STOL Kit • All logs for the last 34 years 1987 to current (prior 337 and STC's are there but 66-87 book is not) • Auto fuel STC.
Paint is decent, 6-7/10. Seats need new upholstery. This is the perfect airplane to get your certificate or time builder. It flies like a dream and has very low operating costs as airplanes go. The airplane stays for sale up until a deposit is made. An escrow company is certainly acceptable if you're concerned about the legitimacy of the deposit. ... See MoreSee Less
Hey gang, if you've ever wondered what the wrong way is to throw a poop bag out of an airplane, check out the latest episode of "In The Hangar" It covers one of my ferry flights in a Cessna 210 from the US to Africa. It's a pretty good story! ... See MoreSee Less
It's exciting to see some interest! The reasons I am motivated for something at COU are the convenience and utility aspects. When you need to drive an hour to reach your hangar, it detracts from the efficiencies gained in using your plane for XC flying and limits the frequency of which you can fly in general. I am sure Tyson and others feel similarly.
I'm managing inquiries for interested parties - just contact me at email@example.com.
I will be sending out an email this morning to set up a meeting for anyone interested in buying a plane. Please let us know your email if you're interested.
I’m in Moberly and am interested. ASEL Comm/Inst 500+ hrs
For anyone interested, we're going to meet Friday, October 1st, at 5:30 p.m. at 44 Stone Public House in Columbia. Please let me know if you plan on attending.