1966 AERO COMMANDER 200D


  • For Sale
  • 1966
  • AERO COMMANDER 200D
  • Not Listed
  • Not Listed
  • Hawkesbury, ON CAN

200000 $200,000 USD

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  • For Sale
  • 1966
  • AERO COMMANDER 200D
  • Not Listed
  • Not Listed
  • Hawkesbury, ON CAN

General Specs (cont.)

2406

88 SMOH

13 SPOH

Used

Additional Classifications

Detailed Description

1966 Aero Commander 200D Meyers, TT 2406, SMOH, 88.4 CONT IO-550F, S/N 112596-R, SPOH 12.8 McCauley B2A37C238

This unique plane was featured as a cover story in the 1992 issue of the UK magazine "Flyer" (with the previous dragon paint). A copy of this article is available. For those of you unfamiliar with the Meyers 200, here is some additional information: Only 133 Meyers 200's were built in the 1960s, first by Meyers Aircraft and later Aero-Commander. They're known for their strength and their speed.

US Registered and in Bridgeport Ct.

Avionics / Equipment

New Garmin suite
GMA-340 AUDIO PANEL
4-Place Inter Com 
Appaero Stratus ESG X-Pdr ( asd/b )
GNS 530W 
GNS 430W
Aspen EDF 1000 Flight Display
JPI EDM FUEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
USB PORT on Co Pilots side.
3 Axis Autopilot
AK-450 ELT

U.S. REGISTERED. BASED IN CON.
ANNUAL JUNE 1ST, 2023.
Well maintained.
Gross 3000 
Empty weight 1,985 
Stall speed in landing configuration with flaps is 62 mph 
Stall speed clean is 77mph.

Airframe

2406.6

Engines / Mods / Prop

SMOH: 88.4 CONT IO-550F, S/N 112596-R
SPOH: 12.8 McCauley B2A37C238

Interior / Exterior

EXT: Recent Paint, White and Burgundy with grey trim  9/10
INT: Recent Egg shell & Grey Pleated Leather Interior   9/10

Remarks

Here's an opportunity to own a very rare airplane: a 1966 Meyers 200D. Originally designed to race Bonanzas and win, these high-performance singles have a passionate following. This particular plane, built by Aero-Commander, was successfully raced in England in the 1980's. It's been in the USA since that time though, based in the dry climate of northern Arizona. The one-of-a-kind dragon-illustrated paint scheme was repainted five years ago along with work on the interior.  This unique plane was featured as a cover story in the 1992 issue of the UK magazine "Flyer" (with the previous dragon paint). A copy of this article is available. For those of you unfamiliar with the Meyers 200, here is some additional information: Only 133 Meyers 200's were built in the 1960s, first by Meyers Aircraft and later Aero-Commander. They're known for their strength and their speed. The fuselage is a steel frame covered in aluminum. There has never been an airworthiness directive on the Meyers 200 airframe