The best way for private pilots with limited means to obtain the plane of their dreams is to purchase a used one -- and there's no better way to buy one without getting burned than this heavily illustrated guide. Focusing on airplanes priced at $100, 000 or less, the author walks readers through the entire process of purchasing a used plane: prospecting the market, determining a plane's true value, closing the deal, partnership, and much more. Audience includes the more than 700, 000 private pilots in the U.S. New chapters on Sport Pilot Licenses and Light-Sport Aircraft All models and prices updated New airworthiness directives (ADs) and all new regulationsaThe Cessna 172 is so good that one even got past the Russian Air Defense system in May 1987 when a 19-year-old ... at 3, 000 rpms would wear out faster than one operating at 2, 400 rpms, and the gear box needed regular maintenance .
|Title||:||Illustrated Buyer's Guide to Used Airplanes|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2005-09-15|