Textron Financial Auctioning Off 1973 Cessna P337 Skymaster

The 1973 Cessna Skymaster is described as having an interior and exterior in ‘poor’ condition.

Textron Financial is now accepting bids on a previously owned 1973 Cessna P337 Skymaster. The auction will run through Monday, December 19, 2016, ending at 5 PM CDT. According to Textron Financial, the aircraft is “well-equipped” but has a damage history to be aware of.

Details on Skymaster Auction

Model and Year: 1973 CessnaP337G Skymaster

Item #: N337JJ

The exterior of this aircraft has a white paint base, with a red accent stripe, and a black and gray interior. As listed below, this aircraft also has some definite items that need addressing, and a damage history. You can visit Textron Financial’s website to see the available documentation for the aircraft, including damage repair entries.

Estimated Aircraft Operating Hours

Aircraft Documentation

The Skymaster is missing first 18 years of logbooks, from 1973-1991. Records from 1991 – present time appear to be complete. The auction lists the following damage entries:

Aircraft Equipment

Aircraft Condition

The interior of the aircraft is listed as in “poor” condition, and has the following items specifically noted:

The exterior of the aircraft is also being in “poor” condition, with the following items being specifically noted:

The front engine has the following issues:

The rear engine has the following issues:

The following items are listed as ‘inoperable’:

N337JJ is currently located in Watertown, WI.

Submitting a Bid

When preparing a bid, you will need to include the following information:

Textron Financial offers you three methods to submit your bid to them:

When submitting a bid, keep the following conditions in mind:

Comparable Aircraft Price Range

Based on what is currently being offered in the used aircraft market, we found that if you were looking at a comparable Skymaster for sale, within 5 model years of 1973, you could expect to pay between $25,000 – $50,000 (for higher time aircraft in poor condition) and around $80,000 – $100,000 (for lower time aircraft in good condition).

Featured Images of the Skymaster courtesy of Textron Financial