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COMPLETE & SUBMIT THE BID FORM AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE before 7:00 pm Eastern on January 3, 2020
SIAI #: 2019-136S 1983 BEECH 77 SKIPPER N1802Y
Your bid is solicited for the following salvage, as is, where is, before deadline of 7:00 pm Eastern on January 3, 2020
WARRANTY: There is no warranty, express or implied for the information provided herein or the condition, useability,
workability, operability or marketability of the aircraft salvage. All times are approximate and the logbooks
and aircraft should be inspected by each bidder BEFORE BIDDING. Failure of the bidder to view the
salvage or wreckage, or confirm any information provided is NOT grounds for a claim or withdrawal of bid
after bid closing date.) Read CONDITIONS at bottom of page.
HOURS estimated from logbooks or other information - not guaranteed or warranted
AIRCRAFT: 1983 Beechcraft 77 Skipper N1802Y, s/n: WA-268
Last Annual Inspection 10/17/2018, 2068.0 (Adjuster note: 2114.0 hours as of 06/28/2019)
ENGINE: Lycoming O-235-L2C, s/n: L-22253-15
Last Annual Inspection 10/17/2018, 2068.0 AFTT, TSMOH 186
PROPELLER: Sensenich 72CKS-0-512, s/n: 72CKS12-0-52
EQUIPMENT: The equipment may have sustained some water damage and includes:
· Bendix/King KMA 24 Marker Beacon
· Bendix/King KY 197 VHF Transceiver
· Bendix/King KN-53 Nav/Receiver
· Bendix/King KT 76A Transponder
· II Morrow/Garmin 890 GPS
DESCRIPTION OF ACCIDENT: On 06/28/19, N1802Y lost power shortly after takeoff from Leesburg Int'l Airport (KLEE), Leesburg, FL
and crashed into a heavily wooded area.
DESCRIPTION OF DAMAGES: Aircraft came to rest within a densely forested area with trees approximately 100 feet tall. Damage includes but may not be limited to:
*Forward fuselage, engine and part of the forward cabin was submerged in a water hole approximately 4 feet deep.
*A section of the tail and the nose landing gear had broken free of the aircraft.
*The engine had broken free of the airframe mount and several components were badly crushed or broken by terrain impact.
*The forward portion of the cabin was crushed and the avionics components sustained some water damage.
*The upper, lower and sides of the fuselage were badly damaged.
LOCATION OF AIRCRAFT: Florida Air Recovery, Jacksonville, Florida
INQUIRIES: Contact email@example.com with questions or to schedule an inspection
REMARKS: *Insurer reserves the right to reject any and all bids.
*Salvage is as is/where is.
*The posting information is the best to our knowledge.
*An inspection of the salvage is highly recommended.
*Logs not guaranteed to be accurate or complete
CLAIM NUMBER: 10203817 SIAI NO: 2019-136S
COMPLETE THE BID FORM BELOW & SUBMIT. YOU WILL RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION OF YOUR BID
(Bids may also be faxed to 386-267-3153 or sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org)
CONDITIONS: The aircraft listed are for sale "as is where is". There is no warranty either express or implied.
All times and descriptions are believed to be the best information available and are not warranted. Prospective
buyers should inspect the aircraft and records before bidding. Purchaser bears all risk regarding condition,
useability, workability, and operability of all salvage.
The underwriters have full and complete authority for all decisions regarding salvage and they reserve the right
to reject any or all bids.
The bid deadline dates are firm without exception.
Payment in full by Wire Transfer, cashier's check or certified funds is required within 7 business days
of notification to the successful bidder.
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