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Michael Coney wrote:This same aircraft is listed in another post from the owner who flew it less than 100 hours - He is selling already? I think it was under "A year in review"
The poster looks like the builder - I'd like to understand his experience, background etc.
It's called importing. It is a standard process since many N-registered aircraft are exported and imported every day. It is a straightforward process for a quality aircraft with excellent records, "tons of photos" showing the build process and hiring the proper facility and DAR to do the inspection. For example, a brand new Legacy from Toronto area was imported by a member online here and he did the research and homework and got it done properly. He just posted his trip notes to the Florida keys in that Legacy. Ask Brian, he is the expert.I have owned several planes before and looked as Canadian reg ac - as I remember its a pain - any comments on the process to convert to USA N number
Any reasons for listing the AC so quickly...
Please define "back story". Do you mean build logs? This aircraft has a full set of build logs and manuals for each component including warranties on a number of key items. Serious buyers, those with experience, want a full set of build logs and a photographic catalog/history of the processes used, the component installations and locations and techniques used during construction. If you review Geoffrey's topic about his recent ES-P question you will see some of the issues that become problematic when a build log and schematics are not available. Even Cessna has "tons of pics" for each model. Cessna refers to them as maintenance manuals, circuit schematics and parts catalogs. Good quality builders maintain these documents for their Lancairs and photos are the easiest way to document a build and transmit it and preserve the knowledge.I would love to know the back story on this AC other than, tons of pics coming
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