General Information
This is a very nice airplane, with no known damage history. The airplane was delivered new to Austalia where it was maintained under the very stringent rules of the Australian CAA  (their maintenance procedures are more strict than those of the United States). It was imported back into the United States in 2000, and refurbished in 2002. The airplane had an uncommanded nose gear collapse in June of 2009, due to maintenance personnel leaving the gear handle up during routine maintenance. The airplane was static without the engine running but, when the pilot energized the battery switch, the gear pump started and the nose gear retracted. There was NO damage to the cowling or the exhaust stacks. The nose gear doors took all of the weight of the airplane. The prop was about 20 degrees from horizontal and barely scratched one blade. Even though the engine was not running, I elected to have it torn down and inspected, and to have the prop overhauled, While the engine was apart, I had the engine shop overhaul the cylinders and replace any bearings that showed wear. The gear doors were professionally repaired by Hamptons in Mena, AR. The down lock cylinder was also replaced. While the aircraft was being repaired, we had the landing gear powerpack replaced with an overhauled unit. This is a very nice, well equipped aircraft, with an excellent maintenance background.
Commander 114
Aircraft Summary 
ID: N166DA 
Year: 1976 
Manufacturer: Commander 
Model: 114
Airframe Total Time: 4400
Engine Times: 470 SMOH/ 30 STOP
Prop Times: 30 SPOH
Price: $94,000.00
Location: Vicksburg, MS
Registration: USA 

G340 audio panel
GNS 480 WAAS gps/comm
STEC 60-2 AP Century 3 w/ lateral guidance
Collins Digital Comm and Nav
Traffic displayed on the 480
Garmin 330 transponder

New headliner
All plastic interior trim refinished

New glareshield cover

New right side exhaust
Freshly overhauled att gyro and dg
Refinished panel and yokes
New superclock
Freshly overhauled gear powerpack
Rosen visors
New main tires