Share in Cessna 182P Skyhawk @ KJVW. Excellent deal. I've decided to get my CPL/CFI/CFII and need an influx of cash to do that so I'm selling my share in Crosswinds Flying Club at KJVW (John Bell Williams, Raymond MS). Plane is a 1975 182P. G430 GPS, dual glideslopes, wing leveler, Garmin 330, stormscope, etc. Well equipped airplane for cross country travel. Newer paint, interior is original and pretty well kept. Share is 1/10th equity ownership at (even with 10 members, I've seen only 5 fly it over the past year and only 3 regularly, i.e. once a month or so). Availability is great, which I can prove via the schedule and I've never had a conflict. No limiting rules like a lot of club setups on usage of the airplane. Share Price: $8000 Monthly Dues: $110 Hourly rate: $92 per Tach Hr. WET (!!!) This is as cheap as it gets per hour for a 182 and the best deal I've seen in the SE to have access to an airplane you can actually go places in. Plane is in a T Hanger. Aside from the equitable value of the airplane lending value to the share price, there is also a substantial amount of money in the bank as well (for future overhaul, maintenance, etc.). I won't share that here but if you are serious, I will show that to you, as obviously you have to factor that into your decision process. Let's just say that the combined equitable value of the airplane + cash reserves is well above the share price. PM me here on POA and we can setup a time to talk on the phone or meet out at the airplane. Thanks.