1973 Grumman AA1B
Iíve had my private pilotís license since 2002 and this is the first and only plane Iíve ever owned, a 1973 Grumman AA1B. This Grumman has an interesting history. It was featured by AOPA in 1997 for a trip Dayton Daily News Reporter Tim Gaffney took around the country and chronicled in the Dayton Daily News and the AOPA web site for
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3109tt, 1300smoh, 90stoh (2400tbo), Narco Mk12D w/GS, Garmin GMA340 Audio Panel (dual ptt, 3 place intercom, stereo input jack, 3 light MB), Garmin GTX-327 digital transponder (w/encoder). IFR certified through 2/06. Paint 6, Interior 6.
Since November 1999 the plane has had the following upgrades/repairs:
Installed new windshield, vacuum pump, Zeftronics voltage regulator, master solenoid, battery, fuel quick drains, brakes (including complete left brake assembly), tires, carpet, Leather wrapped yoke covers, metal panel overlay, Garmin avionics, Lord motor mounts, ELT battery, Skytec starter, new battery, Davtron digital voltmeter/OATguage, overhauled flap motor, overhauled carburetor, overhauled AI and DG. New tires installed November 2005. Last annual November 2005. Compressions: 76, 74, 76, 78.
Other maintenance items: All cylinders are new Lycomings installed 9/2003. Has burned 1 qt oil every 12 hours since top. Installed steel oil impellors (complied with Oil Pump AD). Both mags installed new in 1998.
Included are Grumman Maintenance/Parts Manual, Lycoming O-235 Service manual, 1 side window, tow bar, and Ground Tech premium cover, cowling plugs and pitot cover (new 2005).
All logs have been scanned and are available via email. Times listed above are approximate
Mail to: JMLang@jenniferlang.com