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1989 Vans RV-4 – N441CP // Clean Acrobatic!

Auction Start: September 13, 2023
Auction End: September 20, 2023 12:00 pm

RV-4 Details

Make:

VANS - JAKEL HELMUT LEO

Model:

RV-4

Year:

1989

Auction Start Date:
September 13, 2023
Auction Start Date:

2023-09-13

Serial No:

1371

Seat:

2

Category:

Experimental

Time:

1920 TT

Location: ORANGE COUNTY, NY
Description: Immaculate aircraft with many upgrades. The aircraft is flown on a monthly basis by the ATP rated owner. The RV4 is a fast two-person cruiser with aerobatic capabilities and the ability to do short field ops. • Top Speed 213 MPH • Ceiling 23,000 Feet • Stall Speed 48 MPH • Dual Controls • Tandem Seating • Smoke System • New Prop • New Tires
Airframe Details
  • 1920 TT
  • Airplane is flown monthly and will accumulate a small amount of time prior to auction close
  • Last Annual 11/15/22
Engine Details
  • Lycoming 0320-E2D
  • SN 21852-27A
  • 1920 Hours SMOH 3/29/89
  • 150 HP at 2700 RPM
  • Compressions as of 11/5/22 annual are 1-78/80, 2-74/80, 3-76/80, 4-76-80
Propeller Details
  • Sensenich Composite Prop 2GOMX-C72RG
  • SN 21810E
  • 70 Hours SNEW
Avionics Details
  • GRT Sport EX EFIS
  • GRT EIS
  • Uavionics ADSB In and Out
  • GT50 G-Meter Timer Volts
  • Narco COM 810 TSO
  • Steam Gauge Pitch and Slip Indicator
  • Steam Gauge Airspeed Indicator
  • Steam Gauge Altimeter
  • Two USB Power Sources
Additional Features
  • Dual Controls
  • New Tires
  • New Prop
  • Smoke System
  • Tanis Sump Heater
  • Wired For Battery Tender
  • Vetterman Exhaust
Exterior
Paint is in good condition. The fuselage is overall white with yellow and black striping.
Interior
Black cloth two place interior, with grey and white paint. Aircraft has four-point harness system, and dual controls.
Auction Details
Contact Phone: 254-735-5030
Contact Email: AirCrew@AirSpaceAuctions.com
Registration Number: N441CP
Make: VANS - JAKEL HELMUT LEO
Model: RV-4
Required Deposit: $2,000
Buyers Premium: 6%
Start Date: September 13, 2023
End Date: September 20, 2023 12:00 pm
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Soar to New Heights in the 1989 Vans RV-4: A Thrilling Acrobatic Adventure Awaits!

Imagine yourself at the helm of a powerful flying machine, slicing through the skies like a true aviation maverick. Meet the 1989 Vans RV-4, crafted with precision and flown by none other than the accomplished ATP-rated owner, Leo Jakel Helmut. This acrobatic marvel promises a thrilling aviation adventure, allowing you to revel in its top-notch performance and aerobatic capabilities. In this blog post, we will take you on an exhilarating journey through the history and specifications of the RV-4, while also delving into a romanticized short story inspired by the great acrobatic pilot, Art Scholl. Embrace your aviation dreams as we uncover the wonder of this aircraft for sale!

History of the Vans RV-4

Since its inception in 1979 by Richard VanGrunsven, the Vans RV series has revolutionized the aviation industry. The RV-4, first introduced in 1981, quickly became renowned for its top speed of 213 MPH and a ceiling reaching 23,000 feet. It is a testament to craftsmanship and engineering, embodying the perfect blend of a fast two-person cruiser with acrobatic prowess. Leo Jakel Helmut’s 1989 Vans RV-4 stands as a testament to the timeless legacy of this exceptional aircraft.

Specifications of the 1989 Vans RV-4:

The 1989 Vans RV-4, built and flown by Leo Jakel Helmut, boasts impressive specifications that make it a force to be reckoned with in the aviation world:

  • Airframe: 1920 TT; Flown monthly with regular maintenance; Last Annual conducted on 11/15/23.
  • Engine: Lycoming 0320-E2D with 150 HP at 2700 RPM; 1920 hours SMOH (since major overhaul) on 3/29/89; Compression checked and in excellent condition.
  • Prop: Sensenich Composite Prop 2GOMX-C72RG with 70 hours SNEW (since new).
  • Avionics: Outfitted with advanced avionics, including a GRT Sport EX EFIS and EIS, Uavionics ADSB In and Out, GT50 G-Meter Timer Volts, Narco COM 810 TSO, and a range of reliable steam gauge instruments.
  • Additional Features: Equipped with dual controls, new tires, smoke system, Tanis sump heater, wired for battery tender, and a Vetterman Exhaust for optimal performance.

An Affordable Acrobatic Thrill:

Equipped with plenty of power for all the maneuvers that satisfy your need for speed as you embark on a daring flight in the 1989 Vans RV-4, the spirit of acrobatic legend Art Scholl embraces your soul. The aircraft’s agile maneuvers echo the exhilaration of Art’s iconic barrel rolls and loops. You become one with the RV-4, pushing the boundaries of gravity, and painting the skies with the essence of daring acrobatic artistry. The legacy of Art Scholl lives on through your very wings, as you embark on a captivating aerobatic journey during the magical golden hour, leaving spectators in awe and inspired by the artistry of flight.

Your Opportunity to Soar: Now is your chance to own this magnificent Vans RV-4. This airplane for sale beckons pilots who crave acrobatic thrills, yet desire the comfort of a well-maintained, affordable aircraft. Prepare to bid during the auction period from 9/13/23 to 9/19/23 and seize the opportunity to win this remarkable aviation masterpiece. With a 4% buyer premium and a $2,000 deposit required, you can secure your place among the elite aviators who have experienced the sheer joy of piloting the 1989 Vans RV-4.

Unleash the Aviator Within: Let the 1989 Vans RV-4 be your wings to new adventures. With its acrobatic capabilities, advanced avionics, and impeccable performance, this aircraft promises to ignite your passion for aviation like never before. Don’t miss this chance to soar to new heights and embrace the freedom of flight with the 1989 Vans RV-4, a true masterpiece in the skies.

Are you ready?

Embark on an exhilarating acrobatic adventure in the 1989 Vans RV-4? Don’t let this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity slip away! With its top speed of 213 MPH, aerobatic capabilities, and advanced avionics, this aircraft for sale promises to be the perfect winged companion for your aviation dreams. To learn more about the specifications and history of this magnificent RV-4, don’t hesitate to ask for more information. Get prepared to bid and win this auction, as the skies eagerly await your presence.

Register now at airspaceauctions.com and be a part of the thrilling bidding process from 9/13/23 to 9/19/23. Don’t miss your chance to buy an airplane that embodies excellence and aerobatic prowess. Place your bid and secure the 1989 Vans RV-4 as your ticket to soaring through the skies in style. With just a 4% buyer premium and a $2,000 deposit required, this aviation masterpiece can be yours to command. Embrace the freedom of flight, fuel your passion for aviation, and win this auction to become the proud owner of the 1989 Vans RV-4 – a true symbol of daring artistry in the skies.

RV-4 Details

Make:

VANS - JAKEL HELMUT LEO

Model:

RV-4

Year:

1989

Auction Start Date:
September 13, 2023
Auction Start Date:

2023-09-13

Serial No:

1371

Seat:

2

Category:

Experimental

Time:

1920 TT

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