1970 Maule M4-220C • Project • $15,000

Overview
Year: 1970
Manufacturer: Maule
Model: M4-220C
Price: $15,000
Location: Boise, Idaho, USA
Registration: N2066U
Serial Number: 2057C
Airframe Total Time: 1743 TACH
Engine Total Time: 1743 TACH
Propeller Total Time: 207 TACH since overhaul in 1988

Description
1970 MAULE M4-220C • PROJECT • $15,000 • 1743 TTAFE, 200 SPOH. We have decided to get a non-project airplane and sell our beloved Maule. We flew this plane from 1986 to 1994 (400hrs). Not hangared during this time. Installed skylight, new floor, upholstery, headliner, and inertial harnesses. Out of annual October, 1994. Wings removed for transport across town and hangared ever since. No known damage history. Needs engine overhaul, tires, windows, wooden keel, etc. Logbooks attached below. Logs show propeller removed and reinstalled several times. This was to ferry other Franklin-engined aircraft that needed help.

Avionics
Narco Com 120/20 TSO
Narco AT150 TSO
Narco VOR
Mitchell Century II

All avionics worked when last flown in 1994, except autopilot. Autopilot controls did not work during our ownership, servo was removed from wing sometime between 1986 and 1994.

Airframe
1743 total hours TACH

Engine
Franklin 6A-350-1
220hp 350 cubic inch
1743 total hours TACH

Last compression test in 1994: 76, 78, 77, 76, 75, 77
Engine was very smooth.

Propeller
2-blade McCauley
200 hours since overhaul in 1988

Propeller was removed and reinstalled three times to ferry other Franklin-engined aircraft.

Modifications
Tires 8.50 x 6.00
Scott 3200 tail wheel
Brackett Air Filter
Skylight
Pacific Scientific inertial reel shoulder harnesses

Comments
This is a project aircraft. Aircraft cannot be flown. Must be trucked or trailered.

Last flown in 1994, about 20 years ago.

Aircraft is complete. All trim parts are included. Autopilot servo motor is included, removed from aircraft.

Example of maintenance items:
Wings were been removed in 1995 for transport to current location.
Run-out engine.
No battery.
Wooden keel which runs along belly is disintegrated.
Small crack on edge of windscreen, repaired.
Cracks on side windows, repaired.
Small crack in skylight, not repaired.
Engine cowling Dzus fastener holes enlarged. Cowling is secure, but these should be fixed.
Tires are worn. Have some tread, but not much.
A few fabric holes.
Original paint and Razorback fabric.

Logbooks
Aircraft Log
Engine Log
Propeller Log

Complete logs since new.

Contact
Owner/Seller: Bill Clark
Phone: (208) 860-6311
Email: bill.clark@earthpoint.us

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