No AP, hasnít flown in 10 years, needs about everything possible plus a $30k repair, and a run out Continental engine. And the rudder lock is out so probably add another $10k to fix that damage. Thatís just sad. When $150k or so will buy at least one nice, well equipped, low time and very current Shrike maintained by one of best. I really hate to see these great planes get past the point of no return.