Monday, April 10, 2017

Cessna 150G, N6619S: Aircraft suffered hail damage while parked on airport ramp

AIRCRAFT:   1967 Cessna 150G, N6619S, serial number 15067419

ENGINE - M&M, S/N:  1967 Continental O-200A, serial number 67232-7A

PROPELLER – M&M, S/N:  McCauley A101/DCM6948, Hub #G7030

APPROXIMATE TOTAL HOURS (estimated TT & TSMO from logbooks or other information):

ENGINE:   As of Oct. 1, 2016; Tach 935.0, Engine TT 3060.1, TSMOH 51.0 (engine overhauled 8/1/2012 at Tach 884.1, TT 3009.1)

PROPELLER:    As of Oct 1, 2016; Prop TT 3050.1; TSMOH 51.0     

AIRFRAME: As of Oct. 1, 2016; Tach 935.0, TT 3060.1                     
DESCRIPTION OF ACCIDENT:  Aircraft suffered hail damage while parked on airport ramp.

DESCRIPTION OF DAMAGES: Aircraft exhibits pea-size hail dents in moderate coverage and depth, on both upper surfaces of LH & RH wings, RH & LH ailerons, RH & LH flaps, RH & LH horizontal stabs and elevators, trim tab, some minor light dents on fuselage empennage. There appears to be no damage to spinner, windshields, upper cowling, vertical fin and rudder, propeller. Aircraft displays pre-existing minor rust/ corrosion, minor cosmetic and blemishes on all white paint scheme. Hobbs shows 1028.3, Tach 0947.8, Avionics are King KT 76A, KX 170B, portable Garmin GPSMap 196 with hard wire, not IFR equipped.

LOCATION OF AIRCRAFT:  St. Clair County Airport, Pell City, AL.  

REMARKS: Logbooks stored with adjuster’s office, Atlanta, GA. Prior written permission required from insurance company if visual/physical inspection is requested.   

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