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Show me that in a FAR rule.
When I sold xx01C the buyer wanted me to sign a sales contract that he had written. The way he had it written it protected me more that it did...
So you are a good guy. Every one isn't.
on second thought, why would you want to?
The more you write on paper, the more you are liable for.
It's easier to simply say the aircraft is what...
I don't believe I should address the way anyone keeps there aircraft. That is a different subject. We would have that discussion when I do an annual.
I think after reading this thread, I'll never tell a perspective buyer that any aircraft is a good buy.
It seems that all aircraft are over...
If you had hired me, you would know. You would have been told don't buy that POS. What you did after that is your business.
I believe that FSDO will see this as a civil matter and not get involved.
When you are buying any aircraft, you must know what condition it is in. When you buy the aircraft with out knowing that, I can't feel sorry for you.
As a seller I'd never agree to that.
The aircraft is sold as it is, where it is, no warrantees written or implied.
take it or leave it.
At the price, the Gill is the better deal. you'll be half life of the second gill when the concord gives up. and you'll be $100. ahead, and...
I believe Crank Case services can do that mod.
I believe there are owners that don't realize that If I do the annual, and find any one of a multitude of dimples over the limits, I must sign off...
I've not had problems with the speed of the site.
Pretty much the same.
but I'd probably just tell the owner I'd rather not do his annual.