Aircraft Report for 1988 Schweizer 300c

Last Located in Denton, TX USA

First collected 217 weeks ago

Last Listed Price: Not Listed

Price Evaluation: No Price Evaluation Available
Price Estimate: $168,315

Predicted Price Confidence: Reasonably Confident

Typical List Price Range: $121,476 - $276,874

Market Context
  • Number of similar currently available aircraft: 17
  • Number of similar registered aircraft: 3

Registration Number: N212MS
Total Time: 0
Interior Quality Estimate: Average
Exterior Quality Estimate: Average

Total Price Adjustments to Date: 0
Number of times listed before: 1
FAA Registrations for N-Number: 7
FAA Incidents for N-Number: 0


Registration History for n212m










N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N212M CESSNA 501 501-0280 NORFOLK, Aircraft registered to SOUTHERN AIRCRAFT CONSULTANCY INC TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 1977-11-30, expiration date 2024-05-31, serial number 501-0280. 2022-08-25
N212M CESSNA 501 501-0280 BUNGAY NORFOLK, Aircraft registered to SOUTHERN AIRCRAFT CONSULTANCY INC TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 1977-11-30, expiration date 2024-05-31, serial number 501-0280. 2021-03-03
N212M CESSNA 501 501-0280 BUNGAY NORFOLK, Aircraft registered to SOUTHERN AIRCRAFT CONSULTANCY INC TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 1977-11-30, expiration date 2024-05-31, serial number 501-0280. 2021-01-07
N212M CESSNA 501 501-0280 BUNGAY NORFOLK, Aircraft registered to SOUTHERN AIRCRAFT CONSULTANCY INC TRUSTEE, airworthiness date 1977-11-30, expiration date 2021-05-31, serial number 501-0280. 2018-10-04
N212M CESSNA 501 501-0280 CARMEL, IN Aircraft registered to DMI HOLDING LLC, airworthiness date 1977-11-30, expiration date 2020-10-31, serial number 501-0280. 2017-05-09
N212M CESSNA 501 501-0280 CARMEL, IN Aircraft registered to DMI HOLDING LLC, airworthiness date 1977-11-30, expiration date 2017-10-31, serial number 501-0280. 2014-10-08
N212M CESSNA 501 501-0280 CARMEL, IN Aircraft registered to DMI HOLDING LLC, airworthiness date 1977-11-30, expiration date 2017-10-31, serial number 501-0280. 2014-10-08
N212M CESSNA 501 501-0280 HOOVER, AL Aircraft registered to MAKAIRA AIRCRAFT SALES LLC, airworthiness date 1977-11-30, expiration date 2015-01-31, serial number 501-0280. 2012-01-11
N212M BEECH K35 D5874 TYLER, TX Aircraft registered to MCCHRISTY JOHN, serial number D5874. 1997-09-17

Accident History for n212m



N-Number Make Model Location Description Time
N212M CESSNA 501 GRAND FORKS, ND ON DECEMBER 7, 2012, ABOUT 2234 CENTRAL STANDARD TIME, A CESSNA 501 AIRPLANE, N212M, WAS SUBSTANTIALLY DAMAGED DURING RECOVERY FROM AN IN-FLIGHT UPSET WHILE DEPARTING FROM DETROIT LAKES AIRPORT (KDTL), DETROIT LAKES, MINNESOTA. THE TWO PILOTS AND FOUR PASSENGERS WERE NOT INJURED. THE FLIGHT WAS OPERATED UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF 14 CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS PART 91 WHILE ON AN INSTRUMENT FLIGHT PLAN. NIGHT INSTRUMENT METEOROLOGICAL CONDITIONS PREVAILED AT THE FLIGHT LEVEL OF THE ACCIDENT, WHICH HAD AN INTENDED DESTINATION OF BESSEMER AIRPORT (KEKY), BESSEMER, ALABAMA. WHILE CLIMBING THROUGH APPROXIMATELY 7,000 FEET ABOVE MEAN SEA LEVEL (MSL), WITH THE AUTOPILOT ENGAGED, THE PILOTS STATED THE ATTITUDE INDICATOR FOR THE PILOT IN COMMAND (PIC) BECAME INOPERATIVE AND THE AUTOPILOT ROLLED THE AIRCRAFT INTO AN UNUSUAL ATTITUDE. THE PIC DISENGAGED THE AUTOPILOT AND RECOVERED THE AIRCRAFT TO LEVEL FLIGHT, PRIMARILY BY REFERENCING THE TURN NEEDLE AND DIRECTIONAL GYRO. BOTH WINGS WERE SUBSTANTIALLY DAMAGED BY AERODYNAMIC FORCES DURING THE RECOVERY MANEUVER. THE PILOTS DIVERTED TO GRAND FORKS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (KGFK), GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA AND LANDED WITHOUT FURTHER INCIDENT. DAKOTA AND LANDED WITHOUT FURTHER INCIDENT. 2012-12-07
N212M BEECH K35 SULA, MT FLEW INTO WHITEOUT CONDITIONS IN MOUNTAIN PASS. TRIED TO TURN AROUND AND STRUCK TREES. 1992-06-14

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Previous Listings for N212MS

Minden, NV USA
Price: $110,000

Price Evaluation: $139,549 , between $92,872 - $343,219


Added 39 weeks ago via Trade-A-Plane


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Evaluation: Slightly Underpriced
Confidence: More Confident

Registration Number: N212MS
Total Time: 5,582
Interior Quality Estimate: Average
Exterior Quality Estimate: Average

Total Price Adjustments to Date: 0
Number of times listed before: 1
FAA Registrations for N-Number: 7
FAA Incidents for N-Number: 0



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