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Jabiru SK for sale

Jabiru SK for sale

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Description

This was built from a kit by an expert and has never missed a beat in the air. It can be seen at Gawler South Australia or else at Edenhope in Victoria

Specs

  • Year of Manufacture
    2001
  • Manufacturer
    Bruce Tuncks from a Jabiru kit.
  • Model
    SK Jabiru
  • Airframe Total Hours
    680
  • Serial Number
    141
  • Registration Number
    19-3497
  • Original Logbooks
    Yes
  • Next Annual Due
    09/02/22
  • Accident History
    nil
  • Airframe Condition
    Good
  • Engine
    Jabiru 2200A
  • Engine Hours
    690
  • Propeller
    Jabiru 60 by 44
  • Instrument and Avionics
    All cht and egt digitally displayed. Fuel pressure and manifold vacuum .
  • Interior Condition
    Average
  • Exterior Condition
    Good


- Australia



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Bruce, that's amazing that you must have the only Jabiru around, that's complete with an onboard toilet! I take my hat off to your construction skills! 

Bruce Tuncks

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How do you figure it has a dunny? I am still trying to figure out where the map of Arkansas came from... Anyway, I want 20,900 dollars which the ad software would not let me say. The kit cost 23900 dollars  for the airframe and 11,900 dollars for the engine and basic instruments kits.

Well if you average the loss over 690 hours, that's cheap flying huh. Especially if you ignore all the other costs.

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That's a very attractive price to be able to get airborne immediately, I trust you find a buyer very soon.

Have you inquired with Ian, as to why you can't put the price in the ad? It might just be a simple computer or software glitch.

 

Bruce Tuncks

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I tried to contact Ian, but thanks for the suggestion.

Hey I found the dunny! That pic was taken at Edenhope airfield, where the biggest building is now the Tuncks hangar, the second biggest is the medical transfer shed and the third building is that dunny on the trailer. Gosh I am a bad photographer, how did I choose that shot which looks like the dunny is coming out of the plane. Luckily, I am better at Jabiru maintenance than photos.

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Very cheap Bruce, I am sad to see to see you selling, it's been a great machine for you. 

Bruce Tuncks

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Thanks Waratron...  I bought a Jabiru 230D because the little Jab was a bit small according to my son. I agree it has been a fun plane.

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