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  • 1982 IAR S.A. BRASOV IAR-823


    General Specs

    • For Sale
    • 1982
    • IAR S.A. BRASOV IAR-823
    • N2114Z
    • 75
    • Lititz, PA USA

     

    69999 $69,999 USD

    John Stone

    • (717) 515-3434
    • John Stone


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    69999 $69,999 USD



    General Specs (cont.)

    1,058

    179 SMOH

    605 SMOH

    Used

    4

    Additional Classifications


    Detailed Description

    1982 IAR 823, S/N 75, One Of The Newest Built, (Only 78 Built). 1057.9 TTSNEW, 179.4 SMOH Lycoming IO-540. Very Nice Plane.

    Avionics / Equipment

    Avionics:
    Garmin 496, tied to Autopilot
    Garmin 296
    Dynon D10A EFIS
    King KY 196 Radio
    King KT 76A Mode S
    Tru-trac Autopilot
    406 ELT
    EDM 700 Engine Monitor

    Airframe

    1982 IAR 823 Serial# 75, one of the newest built, (only 78 built).
    Very Low total time!!
    1057.9 TTSNEW
    
    Airframe:
    4/5 place Aerobatic trainer,
    Full Dual Controls, throttles, prop, sticks, brakes, gear, flaps,
    90 Gallons of fuel
    Cruise @ 145 kts
    Very roomy, tons of leg room, adjustable rear seat
    1103 lb useful load
    Odyssey Batteries, with built in tender
    Canopy Cover

    Engines / Mods / Prop

    Engine:
    Lycoming IO-540
    179.4 SMOH, Gold seal overhaul
    Great compressions
    Gami Injectors
    Runs fantastic
    New style exhaust headers
    
    Propellor:
    Hartzell 2 blade
    605.7 SMOH Hartzell prop
    Condition inspection due 12-2018,

    Interior / Exterior

    Very nice paint, nice interior,

    Remarks

    Hundreds of pages of receipts, IAR Maintenance Manuals, extremely well documented
    and maintained.
    Bottom Line:
    Really nice, low time example of a great all around plane, take the family cross-country,
    have tons of room and fuel, pull a loop or roll, warbird parking, all with mil-spec safety
    and strength, and fly for 5 hours at a crack!
    Extremely easy and fun to fly!