GSA Auctions Aircraft and Aircraft Parts Update

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08/17/2017 12:10 PM EDT
CURRENT BID: $50,000    STATE: OH    NO. OF BIDDERS: 0     CLOSE TIME: 09-07-2017 10:10 AM CT.

1984 Learjet C-21A, SN: 35A-545. ITAR equipment was removed from the aircraft. Removal of ITAR avionics equipment has rendered the aircraft not flyable. Aircraft was used internally within the Government and has not been certified by the FAA. Some logbooks are available. Physical inspection of the records and aircraft strongly recommended prior to bidding. Buyer is responsible for completing the End Use Certificate and bringing the aircraft into compliance with 14 CFR Chapter or other applicable standards, by obtaining all necessary FAA inspections or modifications. The removal time frame will be extended so that the “End Use Certificate” DLA form can be completed by the winning bidder and must be approved by the Department of Defense before the aircraft shall be released to the winning bidder. Note that assessment of the End Use Certificate takes on average between 60-90 days from the date the EUC is submitted by the winning bidder. The “End Use Certificate” form is attached below. **Note: If the reserve price is not met, the aircraft may be offered to high bidder at the discretion of the government. Inspections offered on August 23 from 8:00am to 11:00am, August 30 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm, and September 6 from 8:00am to 11:00am, with a 48-hour advanced appointment ONLY. For questions or to make an appointment to inspect the aircraft, please contact Mr. Steve Hayes at the aircraft, please contact Mr. Steve Hayes at stephen.j.hayes@nasa.gov , 216-433-2029 or Mr. James Demers at james.r.demers@nasa.gov, 216-433-2039.

08/17/2017 12:00 PM EDT
CURRENT BID: $50,000    STATE: OH    NO. OF BIDDERS: 0     CLOSE TIME: 09-07-2017 10:00 AM CT.

1984 Learjet C-21A, SN: 35A-549. ITAR equipment was removed from the aircraft. Removal of ITAR avionics equipment has rendered the aircraft not flyable. Aircraft was used internally within the Government and has not been certified by the FAA. Some logbooks are available. Physical inspection of the records and aircraft strongly recommended prior to bidding. Buyer is responsible for completing the End Use Certificate and bringing the aircraft into compliance with 14 CFR Chapter or other applicable standards, by obtaining all necessary FAA inspections or modifications. The removal time frame will be extended so that the “End Use Certificate” DLA form can be completed by the winning bidder and must be approved by the Department of Defense before the aircraft shall be released to the winning bidder. Note that assessment of the End Use Certificate takes on average between 60-90 days from the date the EUC is submitted by the winning bidder. The “End Use Certificate” form is attached below. **Note: If the reserve price is not met, the aircraft may be offered to high bidder at the discretion of the government. Inspections offered on August 23 from 8:00am to 11:00am, August 30 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm, and September 6 from 8:00am to 11:00am, with a 48-hour advanced appointment ONLY. For questions or to make an appointment to inspect the aircraft, please contact Mr. Steve Hayes: the aircraft, please contact Mr. Steve Hayes: stephen.j.hayes@nasa.gov , 216-433-2029 or Mr. James Demers: james.r.demers@nasa.gov, 216-433-2039.