I'm offering my 1947 Stinson 108-2 for sale. It's about 98% metallized. TTAF 4,061, SMOH 771 on a heavy-case 165 hp Franklin with an oil filter. I'll toss in a portable 2-place intercom, a set of anchors for tying down (good if you're overnighting at a fly-in [did that at Sun `n Fun a couple of times]) and a set of chocks. Annual is due 12/18. It has a Narco Mk-12D and a Narco AT-50 transponder with Mode C (but not ADS-B). It has an engine cover and a cabin cover (Bruce's Aircraft Covers). If you're going north with it, I could be persuaded to add a SureStart IV portable heater. The ask is $21.5K. Extra would be a Garmin-195 with the accoutrements (especially extra if you want the database updated.) It's based at Farmington, MO and is in the shade hangars there. This is what it looks like outside and inside: http://n333c.blogspot.com/p/exterior-shots.html http://n333c.blogspot.com/p/interior...nd-engine.html (I know, not exactly terribly pretty. That's why I'm not asking showplane prices.) The photos were taken before I relocated to KFAM; it was on a tiedown at 44N. Larry McCormick is the broker, so please, contact him if you want more information. You can call (or text) him at area code 573 and then 518 daassh 4792. He's intimately familiar with the airplane. And if you come down to check it out, ask to see Trouble, his cat. He's very friendly (and so is Larry).