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1976  Lake  LA4200 BUCCANEER
Registration No: Inquire
Location: USA, Florida, Sarasota   Price:  MAKE OFFER
Listing No: AI0168034189
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Listing #: AI0168034189
Make: Lake
Model:
Code or name: LA4200 BUCCANEER
Year: 1976
Aircraft Total Time: 1450 Hours
Engine Time: 451 Hours SMOH
Price: MAKE OFFER
Location: USA, Florida, Sarasota
Registration: Inquire
Airframe Description and
Additional Equipment:
SERIAL NUMBER: 743
1450 Hours Total Time
Engine: Lycoming IO-360-A1B
TBO: 2000 Hours
451 Hours SMOH

CONSTANT SPEED PROP
451 Hours SMOH

Avionics:
  • 1 NAV-COM: KING KX 155
  • 2nd NAV-COM: KING KX145
  • KING KT786 TRANSPONDER
  • KING ADF
  • Four Place Intercom
  • Interior: Standard configuration, White and Blue Seats and side panels in very good condition.
    Exterior: Overall White with Blue accent stripe.
    Maintenance
    Inspections
    Certifications:
    75% Cruise: 130 kts
    Wingspan: 38.00 ft
    Horsepower: 200
    Stall: 40 kts
    Length: 24.92 ft
    Height: 9.33 ft
    Srv Ceiling: 14700 ft
    Empty Wt: 1555 lbs
    Rate of Climb: 1200 ft/min
    Gross Wt: 2690 lbs
    Std Fuel: 40 gal
    Max Fuel: 54 gal
    Takeoff (over 50 ft obstacle): 1100 ft
    Landing (over 50 ft obstacle): 900 ft
    Takeoff: 600 ft
    Landing: 475 ft
    Contact Information:
    Flight Source International, Inc
    First Name: Maria
    Last Name: Eckardt
    Phone: 941-355-9585
    Fax: 941-355-9586
    Email: Send email to Advertiser
    Web site: http://www.flightsource.com
    Message from Seller: Specifications and/or descriptions are provided as introductory information. They do not constitute representations or warranties of Flight Source International Inc. Accordingly, you should rely on your own inspection of the aircraft
    Posted: 2005-03-10