• For Sale
  • 1976
  • N4422X
  • 28R-763503
  • Damon, TX USA

63500 $63,500 USD

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  • For Sale
  • 1976
  • N4422X
  • 28R-763503
  • Damon, TX USA

General Specs (cont.)


1291 SMOH


1020 lb



Additional Classifications

Detailed Description

SOLD! 1976 Piper Arrow II, 2565TT, 1291 SMOH, 43 SPOH, IFR Equipped With Digital Nav/Com & Panel Mount GPS, Complete Logs. Located In: Damon, TX.

Avionics / Equipment

King KX155 Nav/Com
Garmin XL300 Nav/Com/GPS
King KMA20 Audio panel w/3LMB
Stratus Transponder w/ADS B
Sigtronics Intercom
King KN64 DME

Other Equipment
Rosen visors
JPI EDM 700 graphic engine monitor
Single axis autopilot [innop]
Custom Bruce's aircraft cover with embroidered N number
Avionics master


Total Time:	2565 hrs

Engines / Mods / Prop

Hours since major: 1291 hrs
Date of Major: 07/13/1988
Name of Engine Shop: lycoming
Horsepower: 200 HP
Manufacturer: Lycoming Model: IO360 C1C

Prop time since overhaul:	43 hrs
Type of propeller:	Constant Speed

Interior / Exterior

A visual inspection of the aircraft shows no signs of any damage or repairs. The logbooks are original, complete and legible. Within a few of years of the aircraft being new, it was involved in an incident whereby a hangar collapsed, which resulted in some damage to the fuselage. The plane was professionally repaired at that time and documented accordingly. There is no other known damage history.

The overall condition of the exterior is fair. The finish has a moderate shine with a fair amount of chips and some minor scratches.

The seats and side panels are in good condition. The carpet and plastic components are fair.


Date of last IFR Cert:	06/01/2019
Date of last annual:	04/30/2019
Fuel Capacity:	US Gallons
Useful Load:	1020 Lbs

Message From the Owner
I bought the plane about 10 years ago. Its mission was for transportation for myself, my wife and two, at the time, small sons. They are older and much larger now and we have moved up to a Piper Aztec. The Arrow served us well and we have traveled in it over most of the lower 48. It is very reliable and easy to fly. I have hesitated to sell it but it needs to be in air more than it is. I hope it will serve the next owner as well as it has served me.

This 1975 Arrow is a great workhorse! The airframe is very low and it comes with a complete set of original logs. The engine is a little over half life and runs great. The plane has basic IFR equipment with a King digital Nav-Com and a panel mount GPS. If you are looking for a low time retractable with lots and lots of hours left on the engine without spending big bucks, this is your chance. At this price, it will not be available for very long, so be sure to contact us right away!