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2012 STOL CH 750 // Roomy STOL // N437DM

Auction Start: February 15, 2024
Auction End: February 22, 2024 12:00 pm

STOL CH 750 Details







Auction Start Date:
February 15, 2024
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Location: 1D1
Description: The CH750 is a modern, roomy, and robust STOL airplane. You will not find a better-performing tricycle gear STOL airplane for the money.
Airframe Details
  • N437DM
  • 2012 Zenith STOL CH750 
  • S/N 75-7641
  • TT 350
  • September 2015 hard landing resulting in nose gear and left-wing were rebuilt
Engine Details
  • Jabiru 3300
  • S/N 33A2218
  • Engine TT 350
  • Compressions 
  • 74-73-73-76-73-74/80
  • Prop strike 11/15 engine serviced by Jabiru Sport Aircraft LLC
Propeller Details
  • Sensenich wood prop
  • Model W68Ck-36
  • S/N AJ2769
  • TT 350
  • Length 68”
  • Pitch 36”
Avionics Details
  • Dynon Experimental Skyview Auto Pilot
  • Dynon Skyview PFD
  • Dynon SV-XPNDR-261 ADSB out
  • Dynon SV-ADSB-472 ADSB in
  • Garmin 396 GPS
  • Garmin SL 40 radio
Additional Features
  • Bruce’s Engine Cover
  • Battery tender
  • Space Heater for warming engine
  • Full Plan Set
Yellow top, silver bottom, black stripe
Gray upholstered seats, bare aluminum cockpit and badge area
Auction Details
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Contact Email: 254-735-5030
Registration Number: N437DM
Model: STOL CH 750
Required Deposit: $2,000
Buyers Premium: 6%
Start Date: February 15, 2024
End Date: February 22, 2024 12:00 pm
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Elevating Aviation Excellence: Unveiling the Legacy of the 2012 Edward L Olds III STOL CH 750

The 2012 Edward L Olds III STOL CH 750 is one such marvel, not only embodying cutting-edge design and tricycle gear STOL capabilities but also carrying the legacy of its visionary builder, Edward L Olds III. In this comprehensive exploration, we will delve into the rich history of this aircraft, its diverse uses, the visionary behind its creation, and the upcoming auction that beckons aviation enthusiasts.

History and Uses:

The 2012 Edward L Olds III STOL CH 750 emerges from a lineage of aircraft designed to redefine the norms of Short Takeoff and Landing (STOL) capabilities. Crafted in 2012 with serial number 75-7641, this experimental category aircraft stands as a testament to the relentless pursuit of excellence by its creator, Edward L Olds III.

Its tricycle gear configuration, a distinctive feature, not only enhances its ground stability but also places it at the forefront of STOL aircraft. With a mere 350 hours of total time, this aircraft stands as a testament to its underutilization, promising prospective owners an aircraft with significant life left in it.

The uses of the STOL CH 750 extend across a spectrum, catering to aviation enthusiasts seeking adventure, recreational pilots craving a thrill, and those in pursuit of versatile flying experiences. With dual controls, a spacious cockpit, and modern avionics, it seamlessly combines performance with comfort, making it an ideal companion for various applications.

Edward L Olds III: A Visionary in Aviation:

Edward L Olds III is more than a name associated with an aircraft; he is a visionary who has left an indelible mark on the aviation industry. His commitment to designing aircraft that strike a perfect balance between value and performance is exemplified by the 2012 STOL CH 750. As a designer, Olds has consistently pushed the boundaries of innovation, and this aircraft is a testament to his dedication to advancing the field.

Tricycle Gear STOL and Modern Design Brilliance:

The tricycle gear STOL configuration of the CH 750 is a standout feature that elevates its performance and usability. The tricycle gear not only enhances ground stability but also contributes to the ease of control both on the ground and in the air. This design choice sets it apart from traditional landing gear configurations, making it a sought-after choice for pilots of varying skill levels.

The modern design of the STOL CH 750 is characterized by its spacious and roomy interior. Pilots and passengers alike benefit from a comfortable flying experience, even during extended flights. The careful consideration given to the design reflects Olds’ commitment to providing a superior aircraft that marries functionality with aesthetics.

Fresh Condition Inspection and Recent Upgrades:

Ensuring safety and performance, the 2012 Edward L Olds III STOL CH 750 has recently undergone a meticulous fresh condition inspection. This inspection guarantees that the aircraft complies with the highest standards, providing peace of mind to its prospective owners.

Several recent upgrades add to the allure of this aircraft. The dynamic balancing of the prop enhances its operational smoothness, contributing to a seamless flying experience. The installation of a new nose wheel assembly and the integration of a modern Dynon Panel complete with a Dynon Autopilot further position this aircraft as a beacon of cutting-edge avionics.

Spec Sheet Highlights:


The 2012 Zenith STOL CH750 with a total time of 350 hours. A noteworthy historical moment occurred in September 2015 when a hard landing led to the meticulous rebuilding of the nose gear and left-wing, showcasing the resilience of the aircraft.


The Jabiru 3300, with a serial number of 33A2218, boasts a total time of 350 hours. Compression ratios of 74-73-73-76-73-74/80 indicate a healthy engine, having weathered a prop strike in November 2015, with subsequent servicing by Jabiru Sport Aircraft LLC.


The Sensenich wood prop (Model W68Ck-36) with a serial number AJ2769 has a total time of 350 hours, a length of 68 inches, and a pitch of 36 inches.


The aircraft is equipped with a Dynon Skyview PFD, Dynon SV-XPNDR-261 ADSB out, Dynon SV-ADSB-472 ADSB in, Garmin 396 GPS, and a Garmin SL 40 radio. These advanced avionics provide the pilot with an unparalleled level of control and navigation capabilities.

Additional Features:

 Dual controls facilitate a shared flying experience. The inclusion of Bruce’s Engine Cover, a battery tender, and a space heater for warming the engine adds practicality to the ownership experience. The presence of a full plan set further enhances the value proposition.


The aircraft presents a striking appearance with a yellow top, silver bottom, and a black stripe, making it not only a performer in the air but also a head-turner on the ground.


The interior is adorned with gray upholstered seats, creating a comfortable and aesthetically pleasing environment. The bare aluminum cockpit and badge area add a touch of rugged elegance.

Auction Information:

As this remarkable aircraft prepares to change hands, aviation enthusiasts and collectors have a unique opportunity to own a piece of aviation history. The details of the upcoming auction are as follows:

  • Auction Dates: February 15-22, 2024
  • Minimum Bid: $25,000
  • Buyer Premium: 6%
  • Deposit Required: $2,000

This auction provides a rare chance to acquire a tricycle gear STOL masterpiece with an unparalleled blend of performance, innovation, and reliability.


As we conclude this in-depth exploration of the 2012 Edward L Olds III STOL CH 750, it becomes evident that this aircraft is more than a machine; it is a manifestation of a vision. Edward L Olds III’s legacy lives on through this tricycle gear STOL masterpiece, showcasing the possibilities when innovation and commitment converge.

The upcoming auction serves as a pivotal moment for aviation enthusiasts and collectors to become custodians of this remarkable aircraft. With a minimum bid of $25,000, a buyer premium of 6%, and a deposit requirement of $2,000, the auction provides a fair and transparent platform for enthusiasts to bid on this aviation gem.

In a world where aviation continually evolves, the 2012 Edward L Olds III STOL CH 750 stands as a beacon of timeless design and performance. As it embarks on a new chapter under a new owner, its journey is poised to captivate and inspire for years to come.

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