1941 Stearman For Sale: “Total Restoration, Fresh Annual”

1941 Stearman PT-17 S/N 75-2812 (N132JD), described as “always hangared, logs complete, fresh annual” has hit the market. The listing states (in part):

Airframe: Total restoration in 2009 by Denny Caruso. Upgrades include Jasco 12V, 50amp alternator, Delco started, electrical panel with avionics master, Becker comm and mode C transponder, Whelen strobes, Uavionix Tailbeacon ADSB-Out, Red Line Brakes, and Compro smoke system. Engines / Mods / Prop: Continental W670-6A engine. 270 hours SMOH by Denny Caruso, including Olde Thyme Aviation Crankshaft bearings and intake and exhaust valve guide STCs. All compressions 70 or better. Air Wolf remote oil filter, No leaks! Sensnich W98AA-66 propeller and hub 50 hours SNEW. Avionics / Equipment: Becker comm and Mode C transponder, Uavionix ADSB-Out

The airframe reportedly has 4,020 TT, while the engine has 270 SMOH. The prop has 50 SNEW. The aircraft is located in De Leon Springs, FL and is currently available for bidding. Click here to check out the complete listing.