1987 Grumman/American General AA5A Cheetah

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The Grumman/American General AA5A Cheetah is a single-engine, four-seat light aircraft that was produced by Grumman American and American General Aviation. It is a high-wing, strut-braced aircraft with a fixed tricycle landing gear. It was designed as an economical, reliable aircraft for personal and business use. The AA5A Cheetah was introduced in the 1970s and remained in production until the 1980s. It is known for its good handling characteristics and useful load capacity.


  • Converted to 180 HP w. a McCauley constant speed propeller (conversion was done in 1985 under a one-time STC by AirMods NW).
  • Engine is a Lycoming O-360 F1A6.
  • Tach Time = 967.4 with freshly overhauled engine
  • Flight Time on overhauled engine is: 17.3 hours (a/o October 14, 2022 - current tach time is 984.7)
  • Airframe TT = approximately 3,000 hours
  • Aspen EFD PFD w. synthetic vision driven by a panel mounted WAAS GPS
  • Garmin GTN 750 (Legacy unit & not the smaller GTN 650)
  • Garmin GNC 255A nav/com w. GI 106A CDI
  • Garmin GTX 32 Transponder (Remotely Located)
  • Garmin GTX 800 Traffic System
  • Garmin GDL-88 ADS-B system (ADS-B In & Out)
  • Bendix / King KRA-10A Radar Altimeter
  • Strike Finder (Insight Instruments)
  • Suite of Electronics International Engine Gauges (6 Total & upgraded to the newer, brighter display units)
  • VNAV capable Autopilot system that can fly coupled LPV approaches (STEC System 60PSS & Century I)
  • PS Engineering PMA7000M Audio Panel
  • ACK E04 406MHZ ELT System
  • Klixon Circuit Breakers

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