N250BS Starduster Too SA300
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  • Price: SOLD
  • Aircraft Name: Stolp Starduster Too SA300
  • Hours: 29
  • Manufacturer: Stolp
  • Model: Starduster Too SA300
  • Registration Number: N250BS
  • Serial Number: 1
  • Year: 1987
  • Location: Wichita, KS


The Stolp Starduster Too SA300, N250BS has the look and feel of a production aircraft. This handcrafted homebuilt was restored, maintained, and flown by a certified A&P mechanic who paid close attention to detail. The quality of the work is very evident as you walk around the aircraft and see the expertise of the fabric covering and the white with red striped paint that makes this plane shine. Most of these aircraft have a 180-horsepower engine, but this one is powered by the reliable Lycoming O-540-A, a 250-horse powered engine, driving a Hartzell constant speed prop. If you are looking for a well-maintained sport aircraft, you have found it. This airplane has only 39 hours on the airframe and engine and is practically brand new. This aircraft comes equipped with a 12-volt electrical system powered by an alternator, a Mico air radio and intercom, to enhance the flight experience, along with strobe and nav lights. You also have a 12V plug for a handheld GPS if desired. For the pilot who loves to fly, you can fly this aircraft with confidence and enjoy the freedom of flight that an open cockpit brings.


Total Time 29 hours
12 Volt Electrical system with alternator
NAV and Strobe Lights
50-gallon fuel tanks, main and upper
Front Seat Flight Instruments Include Altimeter, VSI, Airspeed Indicator, Clock and Compass
Rear Seat Flight Instruments Include Airspeed, Altimeter, VSI, DG, Attitude Indicator, Turn and Slip Indicator, Clock, and Acceleration G Meter.
Engine Indication Rear Seat: Suction Gage, Volt Amp Meter, Rpm Tach, Manifold Pressure Gage, Oil Pressure, EGT, CHT, Oil Temp Gage, Fuel Gage, Fuel Pressure, and Carb Temp Indicator


Lycoming O-540-A1A5
TSMOH 29 hours


Hartzell 2-Blade Constant Speed


Mode C Transponder
Mico air radio and intercom
12 Volt plug for handheld GPS

Inspection Status

Condition inspection completed September 15, 2021
Condition inspection due September 2022


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