I have a friend who pilot friend who passed away recently and left behind a 1954 150 PA-18. His family is trying to get his estate settled and are wondering what the best route is for selling the plane.
It has a very low time 160 hp 0-320 (100 hrs or less I think) but hasn't been flown in over 5 years.
It is fairly stock except for 3" extended gear. It has the original cotton fabric on the wings but the fuselage and tailfeathers have been recovered with ceconite a long time age. I'm pretty sure the fabric would fail a punch test. It hasn't been annualed in at least 5 or 6 years, maybe more.
It has been hangered all its life and I believe he bought it new from Piper. Basicly, it needs rebuilt, but I doubt that there is much wrong with the fuselage or wings other than needing recovered.
What is this plane worth as is???