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Slingsby T67M MkII G-BLVI

We are sure that G-BLVI will really suit a school looking for a trainer capable of aerobatic flights, upset recovery training, CS prop differences training and for Instrument flying. Equally the aeroplane would suit a private owner or small group looking to take control of their flying. The 160hp version can really make music in the air, just check out the videos on YouTube of Bob Pooler from Avalanche Aviation throwing his one about! In broad terms what's on offer is:

1986 T67M MKII
160hp Fuel Injected w/Hoffman CS Prop
6000hrs TTAF
600hrs SMOH fitted 13/07/2009
Garmin GNS430, Trig Mode S, ADF, DME, HSI
P1 from Left Seat
ARC/Annual June 2021
New Trim Cable
All AD’s & SB’s C/W
£52,000 STG (No Vat)

Time-Life Data in PDF G-BVLI

We would love to bring you on a demonstration flight to show you first hand how capable this aeroplane is! Trade in's taken. This aircraft is priced at £52,000 STG (No Vat) and payments will be made in Sterling, so Euro price is indicative only.


Note: By reserving this aircraft a deposit amount of €5,850.00 EUR will be added to the cart. Once you have paid the deposit (checked out), this aircraft will not be available to other buyers.

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Aircraft Time State

Make: Slingsby
Model: T67M MkII
Year: 1986
A/F Hours: c6000hrs
Country of Manufacture: England

Engine Make: Lycoming
Engine Model: AEIO-320-D1B
Engine Horsepower: 160hp
Hours SMOH: 600hrs

Prop Model: Hoffmann HO-V 72L-V / 180CB
No. of Blades: 2 Blades
Type of Prop: Two Blade Constant Speed
Date of Overhaul: In Calendar Time


Audio Panel: King KMA-24
Com 1: Garmin GNS-430
Nav 1: Garmin GNS-430
Nav Indicator 1: King KCS-55 HSI
Com 2: King KX-155
ADF: King KR-87
DME: King KN62
Transponder: Trig TT-31
GPS: Garmin GNS-430


Original or Refurbished: Original
Intercom Jack Points: Two Place
Glass Quality: Above Average


Scheme Description: Babcock RAF Training Scheme


Annual Due: New Annual
Location: EGNG

Aircraft Cover: Yes
New Annual: Yes