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Continental Engine PC-60 Ground Power Unit

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Chuck Drake
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#1 Posted: 10/6/2010 04:31:12 Modified: 10/31/2010 09:36:21

Does anyone have any information on continental PC-90 engines. I am selling one for my EAA chapter 1310 .  We are raising some cash to upgrade our pancake breakfast equipment.   The cart doesn't come with it.  I thought it was a PC-60 but it is a PC-90 

 

 

 



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#2 Posted: 10/6/2010 08:02:53 Modified: 10/6/2010 08:04:38

Harry Fenton has a bit of information here  and here .   

 



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#3 Posted: 10/31/2010 09:39:54 Modified: 10/31/2010 09:42:04

 

Does anyone have any information on continental PC-90 engines. I am selling one for my EAA chapter 1310 .  We are raising some cash to upgrade our pancake breakfast equipment.   The cart doesn't come with it.  I thought it was a PC-60 but it is a PC-90 

 

4 Cylinder Continental PE-90 GPU engine. as you can see it was of last night still in the GPU. We removed it and now it and it pretty much looks like this. ( This is a represenative pictures and is not the actual motor removed.)

 


http://www.homebuiltairplanes.com/forums/sale-wanted/7064-4-cylinder-continental-gpus-two-them-pretty-cheap.html

 



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#4 Posted: 10/31/2010 19:25:11 Modified: 10/31/2010 19:26:29
There is a nice article on the use of the PC-60 engine in a older issue of Experimenter eNewsletter.
Pat


Chuck Drake wrote:

 

Does anyone have any information on continental PC-90 engines. I am selling one for my EAA chapter 1310 .  We are raising some cash to upgrade our pancake breakfast equipment.   The cart doesn't come with it.  I thought it was a PC-60 but it is a PC-90 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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#5 Posted: 10/31/2010 19:36:24

Thanks Patrick!  If you ever make it out east We'll have a double stack of some of our finest flap jacks waiting on ya! 



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#6 Posted: 11/8/2010 09:33:08

We'll were moving forward removing the engine from our Ground power unit! The engine is a PE-90 not  a PE-60.
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#7 Posted: 11/8/2010 09:33:43


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#8 Posted: 11/8/2010 09:34:10


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#9 Posted: 11/21/2010 18:19:26


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#10 Posted: 11/21/2010 18:19:52


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#11 Posted: 11/21/2010 18:24:10

We'll we final got her all crated up and now we have a buyer. It's going to Avon Park,  Florida and is going to be installed in a AiRBOAT!! the funny thing the buyer is a EAA member who saw the listing we had on Southern Airboat. He said when we get it running he'll send a picture and give some lucky member of our chapter a ride.  Once we get it gone and get the check then we can go shopping to upgrade our chapter kithcen equipment.! 

 


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