Aircraft Report for 2020 Cubcrafters Carbon cub fx3

Last Located in Denver, CO USA

First collected 138 weeks ago

Last Listed Price: $335,000

Price Evaluation: Slightly Overpriced
Price Estimate: $237,851

Predicted Price Confidence: Very Confident

Typical List Price Range: $193,864 - $291,051

Market Context
  • Number of similar currently available aircraft: 8
  • Number of similar registered aircraft: 353

Registration Number: N134PB
Total Time: 75
Interior Quality Estimate: Average
Exterior Quality Estimate: Average

Total Price Adjustments to Date: 0
Number of times listed before: 2
FAA Registrations for N-Number: 2
FAA Incidents for N-Number: 0


Registration History for n134p






N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N134P BEECH A36 E-1527 DENVER, CO Aircraft registered to LESH AIR LLC, airworthiness date 1979-05-22, expiration date 2022-07-31, serial number E-1527. 2019-07-12
N134P BEECH A36 E-1527 WICHITA FALLS, TX Aircraft registered to N134P LLC, airworthiness date 1979-05-22, expiration date 2020-05-31, serial number E-1527. 2017-05-19
N134P BEECH A36 E-1527 LAS VEGAS, NV Aircraft registered to KODIMER RONALD A, airworthiness date 1979-05-22, expiration date 2016-07-31, serial number E-1527. 2013-07-17
N134P BEECH A36 E-1527 LAS VEGAS, NV Aircraft registered to KODIMER RONALD A, airworthiness date 1979-05-22, expiration date 2013-12-31, serial number E-1527. 2008-01-15
N134P BEECH A36 E-1527 WICHITA FALLS, TX Aircraft registered to SALE REPORTED, airworthiness date 1979-05-22, serial number E-1527. 2016-12-12

Accident History for n134p


N-Number Make Model Location Description Time
N134P BEECH A36 HALF MOON BAY, CA A BEECH A36 SINGLE ENGINE AIRCRAFT WITH TWO PERSONS ONBOARD SUCCESSFULLY DITCHED INTO THE PACIFIC OCEAN APPROXIMATELY 3-4 MILES SOUTH WEST OF HALF MOON BAY, CALIFORNIA AND 1-2 MILES FROM SHORE/COAST. BOTH OCCUPANTS EXITED THE AIRCRAFT FOLLOWED BY THE AIRCRAFT SINKING. THERE WERE NO INJURIES TO THE PILOT AND PASSENGER. BOTH PERSONS WERE RESCUED BY A US COAST GUARD HELICOPTER ABOUT 45 MINUTES AFTER THE DITCHING. THE PILOT REPORTED THAT THE AIRCRAFT LOST POWER AT 3000 FEET, LEVEL FLIGHT AND HE MADE SEVERAL ATTEMPTS TO RESTART THE ENGINE PRIOR TO THE DITCHING. 2019-08-20

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Previous Listings for N134PB

Broomfield, CO USA
Price: $375,000

Price Evaluation: $290,589 , between $151,634 - $521,541


Added 30 weeks ago via Trade-A-Plane


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Evaluation: Fairly Priced
Confidence: More Confident

Registration Number: N134PB
Total Time: 270
Interior Quality Estimate: Average
Exterior Quality Estimate: Average

Total Price Adjustments to Date: 0
Number of times listed before: 2
FAA Registrations / Incidents for N-Number: 2 / 0
Last time observed airborne: 5 weeks ago



Denver, CO USA
Price: $385,000

Price Evaluation: $343,439 , between $244,367 - $513,378


Added 33 weeks ago via Trade-A-Plane


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Evaluation: Fairly Priced
Confidence: Very Confident

Registration Number: N134PB
Total Time: 270
Interior Quality Estimate: Average
Exterior Quality Estimate: Average

Total Price Adjustments to Date: 0
Number of times listed before: 2
FAA Registrations / Incidents for N-Number: 2 / 0
Last time observed airborne: 5 weeks ago



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