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    Looking for some helpful info

    I'm thinking of selling my 1979 PA 18 (B2B, 160 hp), 3100 TT, 110 SMOH, I'm wondering what is the proper price?

    Becker Radios, 1145 empty weight, VG's, mostly redone in 2008 with, X brace, inertial shoulder harnesses, hi vis fuel gages, new wing root, new panel, removable cross brace, under rear seat baggage, folding front seat, new metal interior, extended baggage, battery under front seat, high pressure brakes, both 8.5 and 31 in bush wheels on there own rims, Garmin 496, Bore Prop 110 hours, and many more STC's, no ADSB.

    It's a nine inside and out, looking for some help and guidance.
    jt2wild@yahoo.com is my email
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    Engine have 110 SMOH and was it done in 08?
    seems like they are going for around 130 now…..or that’s what people are asking for similar aircraft.

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    A friend asked me this question recently when her husband passed and she has a Cub to sell. A decent looking airworthy Cub with a few hundred hours of life left is worth about $75K. On the high end a neighbor recently bought a 2 year since total rebuild Cub with basic day-VFR panel and very low time 180hp engine, literally one of the nicest standard Cubs I know, and he paid $150K. To me, assuming there aren’t special conditions or equipment to tip the price? That’s the range.

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    I agree with Stewart. Range is $75k to $150k. It helps that the engine is low time on your example but as noted if it was done in 2008 and only flown a hundred hours then that will make the engine somewhat suspect.

    The main things holding it back from top of the range price is the somewhat strange configuration with 2 oil coolers (why is it like that?) and the extended baggage being a basic Atlee tube type instead of a proper full size extended baggage. I would say $100-110k as it sits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crash, Jr. View Post
    I agree with Stewart. Range is $75k to $150k. It helps that the engine is low time on your example but as noted if it was done in 2008 and only flown a hundred hours then that will make the engine somewhat suspect.

    The main things holding it back from top of the range price is the somewhat strange configuration with 2 oil coolers (why is it like that?) and the extended baggage being a basic Atlee tube type instead of a proper full size extended baggage. I would say $100-110k as it sits.

    I'm not sure that's a cooler in the original oil cooler location.....block off plate, or??

    I agree on price range, though maybe a touch higher, considering the current market.

    MTV

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    There are two oil coolers for use in high temp. It came this way when I bought it and it does a great job especially whey flying in higher than 100 degrees. Also I've seen them in sail plane towing operations. For what it is worth it is easy to remove if one never operates in those higher temps.

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    Thanks for your help guys, they're a couple guys interested in it.

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