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Old 07-28-17, 12:11 AM
chrisskymaster chrisskymaster is offline
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1975 337G Skymaster For Sale ..... Soon!

Hello all. I've had my 1975 337G for about 20 years now and thinking about selling it. She's a real nice 337G. No damage history. king avionics. Long range fuel (150 Gallons) and a Robertson STOL kit.

From engine is about 1250 total time on a reman and rear engine is original with about 2200 hours on it and still running strong. The total time on the aircraft is also about 2200 hours.

If anyone has an interest, let me know. It's not publicly for sale...at least not yet. Got 3 in college and thinking about selling.

Any interests, please let me know. It's based on the East Coast (NJ).

Thanks.

Chris
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Old 07-28-17, 02:39 PM
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chris email mike we can talk cheep2u@aol.com
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Old 07-30-17, 06:48 PM
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1975 337G Skymaster For Sale ..... Soon!

Chris. Sorry I replied on the other message page. I didn't see your notice on this section. I'd like to know more. Pictures, price. Thanks, BILLS bstory@pa.rr.com
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Old 08-03-17, 10:04 AM
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1975 337G Skymaster For Sale ..... Soon!

Chris
Would like to fly out and see your C337. Two quick questions, It's not a pressurized OR Turbocharged is it? I'm very familiar with your area as I fly for the Civil Air Patrol and our maintenance facility is at South Jersey (KVAY). The weather this weekend does not looks good. But I'd still like to come see her sometime VERY soon! Please e-mail me details/price and your availability. I have a '65 C337 project but I'm probably not going to complete it-so I'm looking for a flying Skymaster. I'm not rated in the CLT (C337) but have arranged for training from a local CFI. IF you sell and IF I buy I'll need you or some rated pilot to fly it to KFKL, Franklin, Pa. MAYBE I can get my CFI to fly out with me and give me training on the way back. It takes me about 2:15 hours to fly to KVAY in a C172R so I'm thinking maybe 2:30 hours, to KBLM in the same type airplane?
Let me know.
Thanks, BILLS bstory@pa.rr.com 814-673-6863c
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Old 09-06-17, 09:45 AM
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Chris
Would like to fly out and see your C337. Two quick questions, It's not a pressurized OR Turbocharged is it? I'm very familiar with your area as I fly for the Civil Air Patrol and our maintenance facility is at South Jersey (KVAY). The weather this weekend does not looks good. But I'd still like to come see her sometime VERY soon! Please e-mail me details/price and your availability. I have a '65 C337 project but I'm probably not going to complete it-so I'm looking for a flying Skymaster. I'm not rated in the CLT (C337) but have arranged for training from a local CFI. IF you sell and IF I buy I'll need you or some rated pilot to fly it to KFKL, Franklin, Pa. MAYBE I can get my CFI to fly out with me and give me training on the way back. It takes me about 2:15 hours to fly to KVAY in a C172R so I'm thinking maybe 2:30 hours, to KBLM in the same type airplane?
Let me know.
Thanks, BILLS bstory@pa.rr.com 814-673-6863c
Over 2000 hours on a turbo charged engine? I'm putting my money on "NO," it is normally aspirated.
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Old 09-06-17, 06:27 PM
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Thanks for the info. I bought another 1965 Skymaster that's in flying condition.
Regards, BILLS
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Old 09-12-17, 10:07 AM
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Normally aspirated for sure.
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