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Old 05-26-18, 06:23 AM
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1975 Normally Aspirated Skymaster 337G For Sale

Hello All, I am putting my Cessna Skymaster 1975G (normally aspirated) up for sale. I've owned my Skymaster for about 20 years now and its time to sell her. I'll have more details shortly but the quick overview is that I have about 2,200 total time on the aircraft. The rear engine has 2,200 and the front about 1250. I have a King stack, 150 gallon fuel configuration, Robertson STOL kit, interior sound proofing. The interior was redone in 2000 by Airtex interior. If you have any questions, please ping me and we'll connect.

Located on the East Coast in New Jersey.

Thanks for reading.
Chris
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Old 05-26-18, 01:31 PM
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Hi Chris,

Pics and/or asking price?

Is it listed on the usual sites?

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Old 05-26-18, 02:33 PM
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1975 Normally Aspirated Skymaster 337G For Sale

Hi John.

I'll be working on getting pics and other details some time this week. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please let me know. If you want, you can email me at christopher@mediajelly.com and we can arrange a phone call.

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Chris
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Old 08-26-18, 08:00 PM
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Hi Guys, Sorry it took so long. Been busy flying....

Here is a link to my pics:

http://www.ezpleating.com/skymaster

Thanks for looking. Chris
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Old 09-02-18, 04:47 PM
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Hi Chris.

Would it be fair to assume neither engine has a VAR crank, given their (re)build dates?
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