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Garrett - TFE-731-3 - SN P-76195

Location: Griffin, GA

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Download Browse PDF Garrett P - 76195 - Component Maintenance Cards
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Download Browse PDF Garrett P - 76195 - Life Limited Parts Change Cards
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        Aircraft had brake failure on landing, slid off the end of the runway, and down an embankment.

        Engine was still under power after incident and the fire department used water to flame out engine.

        Engine spins, rotates freely, and there is no visible signs of contamination. Engine is for parts only.

ENGINE: Garrett MODEL: TFE731-3 S/N: P-76195 Part#: 3072800 1 SERIES: 7 TT: 13,264.9

Engine (P-76195) is identified as "Engine 1", Total Times and Cycles are per flight log

      9/22-9/23/2018 (4 days before incident).

Engine Data Record: 11/6/2014: (21.3 hours less than 9/23/2018 flight log).
      Engine Hours: 13,243.6
      Engine Cycles: 7,106
      Engine Hours Since CZI: 3,521.7
      Engine Cycles Since CZI: 2,053
      Engine Hours Since MPI: 793.8
      Engine Cycles Since MPI: 392

      Engine was removed from a 1980 Dassault-Breguet Falcon 50 that had brake failure.

      See NTSB report. Aircraft was placed in long term storage for three years and was in

      the process of being put back in service at the time of accident.

      Complete logs w/ all limited life component cards

SALVAGE MAY BE INSPECTED BY SENDING AN EMAIL TO: Salvage@UnderwritersSalvageCompany.com



Bidding Instructions:

Buyer Transaction Fee:  No Buyer Fee on this engine

This is a “Sealed Bid” Auction

  1. Click on Submit Sealed Bid, complete and Send


  1. Print or complete the PDF in “Additional Documents” (under pictures) named "Engine Bid Request N*****”
    1. Email to Bid@UnderwritersSalvageCompany.com

Details of Sales


By submitting a bid, buyer understands that engine details are provided as best to our ability often through logbooks.  Buyer acknowledges that they have had the opportunity to inspect and evaluate the aircraft engine before submitting bid.

It is the bidder’s responsibility to verify the current condition of the engine prior to bidding.   

Underwriters Salvage Company cannot guarantee that all logs or records for any item are 100% complete or accurate.

All items are sold “AS IS – WHERE IS” with no exceptions and with no refunds.  Underwriters Salvage Company makes no expressed or implied warranties as to condition, fitness for purpose, value, airworthiness, operation, or performance of any kind whatsoever with respect to the sale of any item.  Underwriters Salvage Company will not be responsible for the storage, safety or security of any item once released to the buyer. 

After the lot closes, the Seller will decide either to accept or reject the high offer.   A Seller award decision is expected within ~10 business days of the close date and you will be notified with instructions.

Condition of Engine– By purchasing this engine this sale is on an as-is, where-is, all faults basis.  There are no warranties, express or implied, of any nature.  The seller and Underwriters Salvage Company, Inc. completely disclaim and successful bidder waives any liability in tort or warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.  The successful bidder bears all risks regarding the condition, usability, workability and operability of all of the engine.  The successful bidder agrees that it will comply with all state and federal regulations regarding transporting, handling, sale, disposal or any use whatsoever of the engine and will indemnify the seller and its insurers from any claims, damages, expenses, legal fees or fines sought by any third party in connection with the transporting, sale, disposal or use of the engine once it is purchased.  The successful bidder releases Underwriters Salvage Company, Inc., the broker, the seller, the consignor, as well as the storage facility, the airport, the landlord, or tenant, where the engine may be stored, from any and all claims, or lawsuits by the undersigned relating in any manner to the referenced engine.  The successful bidder disclaims, waives and agrees to save and hold harmless, and to defend those on whose behalf this release is issued from any and all actions, claims, or lawsuits that may arise as a result of the engine by the successful bidder.  This release, disclaimer, waiver and agreement to save, hold harmless and defend, is also intended to bind the purchaser's successors, spouse, children, heirs, business associates and the undersigned's insurance carriers.


  • Within 7 days after bid award, the buyer must submit full payment, including applicable taxes and fees
  • Payment can be made by wire transfer (recommended).  
  • All bids are binding and cannot be retracted. 
  • Item must be picked up within 10 business days of the bid award, or the buyer will need to make arrangements with the storage facility and will incur storage charges.


Buyer Transaction Fee:  No Fee for this Aircraft


Failure to follow these terms may result in the seller turning away the attempt of your driver to pick up the purchased item(s).
Hours: Buyer must contact location at least 24 hours prior to arrival to make load out
Buyer must contact storage facility to make arrangements for pickup and loading assistance. 
Driver MUST bring a copy of Item Release.


Support is available 8am-5pm (Eastern Time)

Phone:   Underwriters Salvage Company @ 770-588-1456

Email:  Bid@UnderwritersSalvageCompany.com