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N647SA
2005 Symphony 160
$149,500 $119,500
  • Total Time: 347 hrs.
  • Engine: Lycoming
    160 hp O-320
    347 hrs.TTSN
  • Prop:
    Comes with both
    Climb and Cruise Props
  • Next Annual Due:
    February, 2010
  • Next IFR:
    January, 2010

2005 Symphony 160
Photos: Exterior1 Exterior2 Exterior3 Panel
Baggage1 Baggage2 Baggage3 Baggage4

Symphony building new planes! _More
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LOADED Avionics:
Garmin 340 Audio Panel and Intercom and Markers • Garmin GNS-430 GPS/COM/VOR/LOC/GS with Terrain Awareness and GL-69 Weather Link • Garmin GNS-420 GPS/COM • GI-106A VOR/LOC/GS Indicator • Garmin GTX 330 Transponder with Mode S • STEC-30 Autopilot with GPS Steering

Equipment & Features:
BRS Aircraft Parachute System • Engine Pre-Heater • Both Sensenich Climb and Cruise Propellers • Post Lights • Strobes • EC-100 Warning System • EGT • 4-Point Harness • No Damage History • Complete Logs • Always Hangared

Exterior:
9 - Arctic White Base with Texas Blue and Inca Gold Trim

Interior:
9 - The Seats feature Blue Fabric Inserts with Tan Leather Trim, with Coordinated Carpet and Sidewalls.

Comments:
A Perfect Flight School Instrument Trainer!
300 hours total time since delivery in November, 2005, it was the last 2005 built. Always hangared by one private owner. One of the best-equipped Symphonys on the market, this beautiful example has had the finest care and the aircraft shows as-new. Call me now to discuss this plane.

The owner paid $238,000 for this plane in 2005. His loss is your gain, call now.

UPDATE:
Symphony Aircraft Back In Business... By Mary Grady, Newswriter, Editor, AVWeb

The Symphony line of aircraft is back. Symphony Aircraft Industries (SAI) has bought the assets of the former OMF Aircraft Canada operation that closed early this year, SAI President Paul Costanzo announced in a media teleconference Tuesday afternoon. "I'm ecstatic about it," he said. "There have been some dark days, and it's nice to finally get here." Costanzo, who was formerly president of OMF Aircraft, worked for seven months to pull the deal together.

The first order of business will be to get the two-seat Symphony 160 (which looks outwardly very much like the popular GlaStar kitplane) to market, he said. SAI will have up to 10 of the two-seaters from Germany for sale in North America by September, and plans to be turning out new 160s in Canada by December.



Financing / Insurance
Updated September 30, 2009




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