General Specs

For Sale





Kokomo, IN USA

General Specs


1,011 SOH




Additional Classifications

Detailed Description

N76SW. 1980 Piper Dakota, 2603TT, 1011 SOH, GNS-530 Nav/Com, Narco MK12D Nav/Com, GTX-330 Mode S Xpdr w/Traffic, Stec 50, Autopilot, GPSS Steering, 4 Place Intercom, Rudder Trim, Dual Toe Brakes, Logs.

Avionics / Equipment

Narco CP136 Audio Panel 
Garmin GNS 530 Nav/Comm 1 
Narco MK12D Nav/Comm 2 
Garmin GTX 330 Mode S Transponder with Traffic 
STEC 50 Auto Pilot 
GPSS Roll Steering

Additional Equipment & Modifications:
Dual Toe Brakes 
Electric Vent Fan 
GPSS Steering 
Insight Engine Monitor 
Shadin Fuel Flow and Totalizer 
STEC 50 Auto pilot 
Digital Clock 
Scimitar Three Blade Prop 
4 place Intercom 
12V Aux Power 
Aux Music input 
Rudder Trim 
Updated Leather Interior 
Metco WingTips 
Skytec Lightweight Starter


Aircraft Total Time: 2,603 Hours

Engines / Mods

Engine: O-540-J3A5D
Engine Serial #: L-21726-40A
Engine HP: 235 HP 
Engine Hours Since Overhaul: 1,011 Hours 
Hours Since Top Overhaul: 325 Hours 
Type of Overhaul: Major Overhaul to New Limits 
Date of Overhaul: 12/2005 
Overhaul Shop: G&N Engines, Inc. 

New Prop:  9/2007 
Hours Since New Prop: 794 Hours

Interior / Exterior

Exterior Condition: Exterior was completely stripped and painted in 2001 with a very nice White base and race red accents. The paint is still in great shape and shows VERY nicely. 

Interior Condition: Interior has been completely replaced with a very nice tan leather and matching carpets, side panels, and headliner. All in fantastic condition.


Next Annual Date:  7/2018 
Useful Load: 1,190 Pounds 
Fuel Capacity:	 72 Gallons 
Logbook Condition: Complete and Original Since New. The first 9 years are in Spanish.

Ownership History: This aircraft was owned by a gentleman in upper New York, he owned it for a couple years and decided to sell due to the inability to fly it frequently enough to justify owning it. He decided to sell the aircraft and we acquired it. 

Damage History: In 2007 this Dakota experienced a landing accident and the engine was completely tore down and signed off by Magnum Engines, the Scimitar prop was installed at this time. 
Inflight Report:  “This beautiful Dakota made the trip back to Kokomo from New York a breeze, the engine produced great power and the prop was smooth as could be. Having al these avionics and a fuel totalizer helped me get the maximum range possible out of this bird! The auto pilot worked very well and tracked the 530 with GPSS like a champ! I had a blast flying this Dakota back.” Dan N. – Pilot.

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