For Sale
Max Holste MH-1521 Broussard M

Registration 

OY-SLV
Year of construction  1961
Country  Denmark
City/Aerodrome  EKVJ

Description  Strong, reliable and fun to fly aircraft with many versatile characteristics. She carries 1000 kg payload and still brings you to the sky with style and determination. Use it as a touring aircraft, airshow attraction and as your own high performance bush plane.
6 seats and plenty of space and payload - 100knots on cruise at 85l/hr.
Meeting military requirement of a tough, strong and reliable aircraft, the Broussard was built with a "no money saved" philosophy. It has low maintenance requirements and easy access - generally an easy aircraft to handle, but with lots of fun in return.
Airplane time state  ACTT: 3436 hrs.

Engine: Pratt & Whitney R-985 AN-4 Wasp Junior
TTSOH: 885 hrs

Engine runs smoothly at less than 1 L/hr oil.
last cyl. leak test performed with following figures: 1: 79 2: 78 3: 77 4: 80 5: 79 6: 78 7: 77: 8: 76 9: 78

Propeller: Hamilton Standard 2D30-237
TTSOH: 488 hrs (TBO: 1000 hrs)

Prop governor OH done 488 hrs ago.
Interior  Original army - brown leather seats all in a fair condition (rated 7,5/10)
Exterior  Paint in a fair condition - no corrosion (rated 7,5/10)
Avionics  Bendix King KX 155 TSO Radio
Bendix King 76 A transponder
VOR
Remarks  - New Jasco generator and voltage regulator installed aprox. 10 hrs ago.
- Starter repaired and thoroughly inspected
- Fuel pump repaired with new windings aprox. 10 hrs ago

- Carb. OH performed aprox. 200 hrs ago
- Parachute step
- English approved (by Danish CAA) flight manual and maintenance manual
- Fully updated aircraft and component status list
- Great history documentation
- Annual performed 20 may 2017 - ARC renewal due 2019.

Aircraft hours are subject to change as the aircraft is flown regularly  

Come by, have a flight and make you own impression.
Price   56.500  VAT free

Last updated 

26-06-2017

Offered by

Jakob Moller
Tarm, Denmark
Phone 0045 22431992

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