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2007 – Glasair SH-2R // Fast & Acrobatic // N689E

Auction Start: September 20, 2023
Auction End: September 27, 2023 12:00 pm

GLASAIR SH-2R Details

Make:

BUNKER MARK A

Model:

GLASAIR SH-2R

Year:

2007

Auction Start Date:
September 20, 2023
Auction Start Date:

2023-09-20

Serial No:

354

Seat:

2

Category:

Experimental

Time:

115 SMOH

Location: Rimrock Arizona
Description: The 2007 Glasair II offers an impressive cruising range of over 1100 miles, reaching speeds of 200 MPH at 60% power, and is equipped for aerobatic maneuvers. Its sleek design exudes speed both on the ground and in the sky.
Airframe Details
  • • Service ceiling 20,000 feet
  • • VNE 260 MPH
  • • VNOA 200 MPH
  • • Climb rate of 2300 feet per minute.
  • • 50 degrees of flaps
  • • 710 LB. Useful weight
  • 115 SNEW 
  • Model SH-2R
  • S/N 354
  • Builder Mark Bunker
  • Manufacture date 6/2007
  • 12/22 Condition inspection
  • Paint and Interior 2013
Engine Details
  • 115 SMOH 4/99
  • Lycoming IO 360 C1C 200HP
  • S/N L-9314-51A
  • Total time on engine prior to overhaul 2715.6
  • Engine logbook from donor plane included in shared file.
Propeller Details
  • 115 SNEW 5/2007
  • Hartzel constant speed 
  • Blade design F7666A-2
  • Blade S/N D44802 and D44813
  • Hub S/N CH41449B
Avionics Details
  • 2 place intercom 
  • Vision Microsystems engine monitors 
  • King radios
  • King RNAV DME, Localizer, VOR, Glide slope
  • Uavionics Echo UAT ADSB In  and  Out
Additional Features
  • 58 total gallons of fuel. 44 gallons in the wings and 14 gallon Aux tank.
  • Full exterior lighting package.
Exterior
Black, silver, white, with green stripe. 2013 see image of blister on nose
Interior
Black and white leather seating. Black trim and black luggage area. 2013
Auction Details
Contact Phone: 254-735-5030
Contact Email: aircrew@airspace-auction.com
Registration Number: N689E
Make: BUNKER MARK A
Model: GLASAIR SH-2R
Required Deposit: $3,000
Buyers Premium: 6%
Start Date: September 20, 2023
End Date: September 27, 2023 12:00 pm
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Up Next! The 2007 Glasair II and Upcoming Auction

Get ready to witness aviation excellence as we delve into the remarkable story of the 2007 Glasair II aircraft, set to take center stage in an upcoming auction that promises to be a thrilling event for aviation enthusiasts. This sleek and high-performance aircraft, with its impressive specifications and captivating history, is a true embodiment of engineering mastery and a testament to the passion of its builder, Mark A Bunker.

The Impressive Specifications of the 2007 Glasair II

The 2007 Glasair II is more than just an aircraft; it’s a marvel of design and engineering. With a cruising range of over 1100 miles, this aircraft is built for the adventurer in you. Capable of reaching speeds of 200 MPH at 60% power, the Glasair II ensures that your journeys are not only efficient but also exhilarating. Its ability to execute aerobatic maneuvers adds an element of thrill and excitement, showcasing its versatility in the sky.

Ascending to a service ceiling of 20,000 feet, this aircraft proves its mettle at various altitudes. The climb rate of 2300 feet per minute speaks to its impressive power and performance. With 50 degrees of flaps and a useful weight of 710 LB., the Glasair II strikes a perfect balance between agility and practicality.

A Glimpse into the Airframe and Engine

The airframe, boasting a model SH-2R, with serial number 354, has seen only 115 hours since new. The meticulous care and maintenance are evident through the recent condition inspection carried out on 12/22. A fresh paint and interior update in 2013 breathe new life into its aesthetics, making it a sight to behold on the tarmac and in flight.

Under the hood, the Lycoming IO 360 C1C engine stands as a powerhouse. With 115 hours since major overhaul in April 1999, this engine is a key player in the aircraft’s exceptional performance. The engine logbook from the donor plane, included in the shared file, provides a comprehensive history of its journey.

Navigating the Avionics and Features

Equipped for true aviators, the 2007 Glasair II features a 2-place intercom for seamless communication. Vision Microsystems engine monitors ensure you’re always in control, while King radios and King RNAV DME, Localizer, VOR, MB, and Glide slope bring precision to your flights. Uavionics Echo UAT ADSB In and Out further enhance the aircraft’s safety and connectivity.

Additional features such as a full exterior lighting package, coupled with a generous fuel capacity of 58 total gallons, make this aircraft a complete package for both daytime and nighttime adventures.

A Glimpse into the Upcoming Auction

Save the date for an exciting aviation event! The auction for the 2007 Glasair II is set to kick off on September 20, 2023, and will run until September 27, 2023. With a starting bid of $50,000, this could be your chance to own a piece of aviation history. A buyer premium of 6% and a deposit of $3,000 are required to participate.

Mark your calendars and be part of the excitement as aviation enthusiasts and collectors come together to bid on this exceptional aircraft. The legacy of the Glasair aircraft company and the craftsmanship of builder Mark A Bunker converge in this masterpiece, and you could be the lucky owner to carry this legacy forward.

Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to own a high-performance aircraft with a rich history. Stay tuned for the auction and be prepared to embark on a journey that promises to take you to new heights.

GLASAIR SH-2R Details

Make:

BUNKER MARK A

Model:

GLASAIR SH-2R

Year:

2007

Auction Start Date:
September 20, 2023
Auction Start Date:

2023-09-20

Serial No:

354

Seat:

2

Category:

Experimental

Time:

115 SMOH

4 Comments

  1. What’s the issue with the “bubble” on the nose Cowell mentioned in description? Is it possible to speak with the owner/builder directly? Thank you.

    • It is a flaw in the paint. We make sure to disclose the bad along with the good, even with well cared for aircraft there is always a flaw or two. and Yes, I will email you directly to help coordinate you to ask further questions I am unable to answer directly with the owner.

  2. Notes from the owner regarding commonly asked questions:

    The airplane was purchased from a gentleman who lived in Iowa Falls, Iowa. He didn’t fly it because he was not licensed at all. He claims he started the engine and taxied it around the airport at regular intervals. The airplane was stored for that period in an insulated, heated and air conditioned hangar with a very nice helicopter and several race boats.

    Flaps are electrically extended and retracted with the flip of a momentary switch and there is a gear horn associated with the flaps being extended when landing gear is not locked down.

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