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N33819. 1975 Piper Seneca II, Mid-Engine Times, Mid-Total Time, Great MEI Trainer/Flight Time Builder, Clean, IFR Capable, Multi-Engine. Huge Useful Load, Coupled With Safety Of 2 Engines. Value Of This Aircraft Is Great!
Avionics / Equipment
GMA 340 Audio Panel
GNS 530 (Non Waas)
GTX 330 (Non ADSB Out)
Additional Equipment & Modifications:
2 VOR’s with Glide Slope
Datcon Meter (Hobbs)
X2 EGT Gauge’s For left and right engine
Pilot/Co-Pilot Toe Brakes
Pilot Side Visor only
Dual Shoulder Harnesses
Music Auxiliary Port
Pilot Side Yoke AP Disconnect
Overhauled Manifold Pressure Gauge 12-20-11
New Gear Hydraulic Power Pack 4/2007
New Main Tires 7/2019
Pitot/Static & Transponder last checked 5/8/2007 (IFR Capable, Not certified)
Last Left Engine Compressions Checked 7/10/2019 (1/77) (2/76) (3/76) (4/68) (5/75) (6/74)
Last Right Engine Compressions Checked 7/10/2019 (1/76) (2/77) (3/75) (4/76) (5/77) (6/76)
Aircraft Total Time: 4845.2
Engines / Mods / Prop
Left Engine: TSIO-360-E
Right Engine: LTSIO-360-E
Left Engine Serial #:818333-R
Right Engine Serial #: 807608-R
Left Engine HP: 200HP
Right Engine HP: 200HP
Left Engine Manufacturer: Continental
Right Engine Manufacturer: Continental
Left Engine Hours Since Overhaul: 946.3
Right Engine Hours Since Overhaul: 935.2
Left Type of Overhaul: Factory Reman
Right Type of Overhaul: Factory Reman
Left Date of Overhaul: 12/01/1999
Right Date of Overhaul: 11/28/1999
Overhaul Shop: Teledyne Continental Motors
Left Prop Overhaul Date: 4/1/2000 (New)
Right Prop Overhaul Date: 4/1/2000 (New)
Hours since Left Prop Overhaul: 946.3
Hours since Right Prop Overhaul: 935.2
Interior / Exterior
Exterior Condition: Walking around this aircraft, I can see a great value. The chrome spinners left and right are in great shape. Both left and right props are in great shape with no nicks or chips. Overall the paint shows good, but can be touched up in areas such as the leading edges and spots on both left and right cowls. There is some minor denting on both engine cowls in a few spots. Surface abrasions a quarter in size appear on the leading edges towards the wing root between the fuselage and cowl areas. The wing walk is in good shape but has a few spots where it has chipped away. The nose of the aircraft looks good with only minor chips of paint. All three tires are in good shape, along with the gap seals on the wing root as well as at the base of the vertical stabilizer. All control surfaces are in great shape as well as the fuselage foot step.
Interior Condition: All glass is in great shape. Cabin plastics are in good shape with small signs of normal wear however it does show nicely! The rear baggage compartment is in overall good shape but shows signs of normal wear. All of the leather door upholstery looks good and show small signs of normal wear but with no ripping or tearing. Red cloth on cream leather seats are all in great condition. Red carpets show good with little to no staining. The glare shield is in good shape as well.
View N33819 Log Books:
Next Annual Date: 8/1/2020
Useful Load: 1782 lbs.
Useable Fuel: 98 Gallons
Logbook Condition: Complete since new
Ownership History: The seller decided to part with this Seneca II and upgrade to a much larger twin-engine aircraft.
Damage History: 1976- Failed to maintain directional control and collided with trees. 1990- Gear retracted on takeoff roll. All repairs professionally made and documented in the airframe logbook by Redwood Aviation Enterprise. 2000- Aircraft had a gear up landing, all repairs made professionally by John Townsend IA 314520068 documented in the airframe log book.
In Flight Report: This airplane will be a great value for the next multi-engine pilot. The aircraft has two mid-time engines with a really nice useful load that will be great for business or family travel. She flies fast and straight- A really nice Seneca II. –Pilot, Mike