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Thu, Apr 26, 2018

Ranger Airfield Foundation Raffling Restored Cessna 150

Raising Funds For A New Hangar And Museum At The Airfield

Ranger Airfield Foundation (501c3) is giving away a beautifully restored Cessna and other prizes as a fundraiser for its new support hangar and museum at historic Ranger Airfield in Texas.

This will be the first hangar built at Ranger since 1928. RAF and its volunteers maintain the 107-year-old airfield without pay as a living tribute to the golden age of aviation and as an avenue to teach others, especially kids, about old school aviating.

Tickets to support this mission and to be entered to win our very nice Cessna are $50  -  every 3rd ticket is $25.

Winners will be drawn once 2,500 tickets are sold or on 12-25-2018, whichever occurs first.

The drawing will be held live online by an independent party and posted afterward. Winners don't need to be present to win and will be contacted by phone and email immediately after the drawing.

The Grand Prize:  Cessna 150 N1247Y

  • Continental O-200
  • Spin-on oil filter
  • NavCom MX300
  • Transponder
  • Rosen visors
  • Shoulder harnesses
  • New cables/pulleys '10
  • New brakes '17
  • Concorde battery '18
  • Goodyear tires
  • Wheel pants
  • 152 Spinner
  • Autofuel STC (we use 100LL)
  • TSMOH:  500 hrs
  • TTAF:  5600 hrs
  • Capacity:  23 gal
  • Fuel burn:  5 gph

The foundation says that N1247Y is airworthy, flies and has complete logs.

(Image provided by the Ranger Airfield Foundation)

FMI: www.rangerairfield.org

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