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1979 PIPER DAKOTA

Details

General Specs

For Sale

1979

PIPER DAKOTA

N91770

28-7911174

Kokomo, IN USA


General Specs

2,866

150 SMOH

150 SNEW

Used

N/A


Additional Classifications


Detailed Description

N91770. 1979 Piper Dakota, 2866 TT, 150 SMOH, 150 SNEW/Prop. Apollo SL10 Audio Panel, Apollo SL30 Nav/Comm, Apollo MX20 MFD, GX60 GPS, Apollo SL70 Transponder, Century IIIB Auto Pilot.

Avionics / Equipment

Avionics: 
Apollo SL10 Audio Panel 
Apollo SL30 Nav/Comm 
Apollo MX20 MFD 
Apoloo GX60 GPS 
Apollo SL70 Transponder 
Century IIIB Auto Pilot 

Additional Equipment & Modifications:
Standby Vacuum System 
Customer Leather interior 
Dual Toe Brakes 
MX20 MFD 
Vertical Card Compass 
Factory A/C 
12V Power 
4 Place Intercom 
Aux Music Input 
Electric Trim 
Dual Push-to-Talk 
GPS Annunciator 
Storm Scope 
Wing Tip Recognition Lights 
Avionics Master 
406MHz ELT 
SkyTec Starter 
Bogart Copper Batter Cables

Airframe

Aircraft Total Time: 2866 Hours

Engines / Mods

Engine: O-540-J3A5D
Engine Serial #: L-21258-40A
Engine HP: 230HP 
Engine Hours Since Overhaul: 150 Hours 
Type of Overhaul: Major Overhaul 
Date of Overhaul: 1/2011 
Overhaul Shop: Triad Aviation 

Prop Overhaul date: 1/2011   
Hours Since New Prop: 150 Hours

Interior / Exterior

Exterior Condition: 
Aircraft was completely stripped and painted in 2011 in a nice white, blue, and silver color combination. The aircraft has always been hangered and is in fantastic shape!
 
Interior Condition: 
The interior has been completely updated with a nice leather interior that has customer stitched headrests. All still in very good shape showing very minimal wear.

Remarks

Next Annual Date:  11/2018 
Useful Load:  1,282 Hours 
Fuel Capacity:	 72 Gallons 
Logbook Condition:  Logbooks are complete from 1991 to current. Prior to 1991 the aircraft was based in El Salvador and the logbooks are missing.  

Ownership History:  This aircraft has been owned by a family in the Atlanta area for the last 5 years. They enjoyed the plane and flew it regularly. Due to a need for something faster they decided to sell.
Damage History: in 2011, this aircraft had a taxi incident and there were some repairs made to the left wing. No other known damage history.

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