Aircraft For Sale

–  N884KM 1964 Cessna 210D
–  N735BS 1999 Experimental Airbike


N884KM 1964 Cessna 210D – SOLD


  • Total Time: 3308 hours
  • Engine Since Overhaul: 638 hours  
  • Propeller Since Overhaul: 1376 hours
  • Annual Inspection: Completed 9-2016
  • Paint: 1994 – JetGlo
  • Interior: 2002 Leather, fabric and carpet- Blue and gray
  • Location: Hangared Great Bend, Kansas


  • Continental IO-520-A32B
  • 285 Horsepower
  • Rebuilt at Continental 1999
  • Prop strike inspection (engine was on a different airplane at time of prop strike): 2014


  • Garmin 430 WAAS Nav/Comm
  • KX 170B Nav/Comm
  • AT 50A Transponder
  • S-Tec 50 Autopilot with Altitude Hold and GPSS
  • PS Engineering 1000II Intercom – 4 place
  • KMA 20 Audio Panel
  • NSD-360 HSI
  • Astro Tech Quartz Chronometer
  • Folding Jump Seats
  • Interav Alternator Kit upgrade
  • Chrome Spinner
  • LED Beacon
  • Left & Right Door Steward's
  • Aero Technologies Saf-Stop -Seat Track Stops
  • Useful Load – 1145 lbs
  • Fuel Capacity – 80 gallons
  • Landing gear saddles are improved saddles, requiring yearly dye penetrant inspection


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N884KM Airframe Logbook
N884KM Engine Logbook
N884KM Propeller Logbook




N735BS 1999 Experimental Airbike – $8,200 OBO

  • Total Time: 65 hours
  • Engine Since Overhaul Time: 65 hours  
  • Propeller Since New: 15 hours
  • Condition Inspection: Complete with inspection
  • Location: Hangared Great Bend, Kansas


  • 4 Cylinder Volkswagen
  • Aprroximately 50 horsepower
  • Electronic Ignition


  • MGL Flight 2 Primary Instrument
  • Custom Seat with 4 point harness
  • Culver Custom Wood Prop
  • Heavy Duty Landing Gear
  • Hydraulic Disk Brakes
  • Empty Weight – 383 lbs
  • Fuel Capacity – 10 gallons

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It seems to perform like a 503 powered airbike.  The Volkswagen in this case is developing about 50 horsepower.  It cruises about 75 mph and burns about 2.5 to 3.5 gallons per hour.  It carries 10 gallons of fuel, which will keep you in the air for a fair amount if desired.  I prefer to fly about 60 do to much less wind and noise.  The nice thing is it has a much cooler four stoke sound and you don't need to haul oil around to mix with your fuel.  The Volkswagen has been very reliable and parts for these engines are cheap and plentiful. The landing gear has been beefed up to deal with the extra weight.  I can tell you if I still had airbike buddies to go fly with I wouldn't be selling this airplane. This Airbike allows you to fly with the Geese! It even made a flying trip from Pueblo, Colorado to Great Bend, Kansas with a friend and his Airbike, lots of fun! Wings are easily removed so plane can be trailerd or fly your new bird home! For further information contact Chrissy at 620-796-2130.

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