Originally named Apache and later Aztec, the Piper PA-23 is a 1950s US twin-engined monoplane. The Aztec has the capacity for...
Piper Apache Aircraft Information
Originally named Apache and later Aztec, the Piper PA-23 is a 1950s US twin-engined monoplane.
The Piper Apache was produced from 1952 to 1981. With 6976 aircraft manufactured during this period. Variant models include the PA-23 Twin-Stinson, PA-23 Apache, PA-23-150 Apache B, PA-23-150 Apache C, PA-23-150 Apache D, PA-23-160 Apache E, PA-23-160 Apache G, PA-23-160 Apache H, and the PA-23-235 Apache 235 When Piper bought the Stinson Division of the Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation the PA-23 was developed form a proposed "Twin Stinson". The aircraft was the first twin-engine design from Piper.
1958 Piper PA23-180 with turbo Apache w/ Geronimo Conversion, 6850 TTAF, 105 TSMO, WX-900 Stormscope, S-Tec 60-2 AutoPilot w/ altitude hold, Ryan TCAD 8000, AK 450 ELT, props have no ad hubs, all logs, Annual 04/15. More Info