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1970 Piper Cherokee 180E - 7768 TT, 798 Since Engine Overhaul, 30 Hours Since Crankcase Upgrade / Replacement by Columbia Aircraft Services, TruTrak Flight Systems Altitude Autopilot Flight Control System, Garmin 340 Audio Panel, Garmin 430W GPS / NAV / COM, Garmin VOR / GS Indictor, Garmin GTX-335 Transponder featuring ADS-B Out, MX-170C NAV / COM, WX-900 Stormscope, Insight Graphic Engine Monitor, Electronics International Digital Fuel Fuel Gauge, Custom Metal Avionics Panel Upgrade, Wheel Pants, Kept in Hangar, and Features Nice Cosmetics!
Avionics / Equipment
TruTrak Flight Systems Autopilot Flight Control System featuring Altitude Hold
Garmin 340 Audio Panel with (3) Light Marker Beacons and Intercom System
Garmin 430W GPS / NAV / COM - (WAAS Approved)
Garmin GI-106A VOR / Glideslope Indicator
Garmin GTX-335 Transponder featuring ADS-B OUT
Michaels MX-170C NAV / COM
King KI-208 VOR Indicator
WX-900 Stormscope - (This Display is dim / no guarantees)
Insight 602 Graphic Engine Monitor
Electronics International Fuel Flow Gauge
Dual Music Input Jacks
Dual Push To Talk Switch
Avionics Master Switch
ADDITIONAL OUTSTANDING FEATURES
Custom Metal Avionics Panel Upgrade
Wheel Pants Speed Enhancement
Beacon - (Vertical Fin Mounted)
Stand-By Vacuum System
Alternate Static Source
Total Time: 7,768
Piper Cherokee 180E Series
Preliminary Specs - Additional Updates and More Photos coming soon!
Engines / Mods / Prop
Only 30 Hours Since IRAN / Crankcase Replacement - (Found Case Crack at Annual)
The IRAN and Engine Crankcase Replacement was performed by Columbia Aircraft Services who is a known engine rebuilder that has an solid reputation. The owner spent $16,194.68 on this repair to ensure the engine was repaired properly. The quality of the repair should bode well for long-term reliability.
Interior / Exterior
Blue Leatherette Seating featuring Harmonizing Side Panels.
The interior shows well.
White Base Red featuring Blue Accents
The aircraft is kept in a hangar when not flown.
The exterior shows well.
The Owner of this aircraft has advised us that the control surfaces have a few very light hail marks - (Cosmetic Notation but thought we should share.)
ANNUAL DUE: October 1, 2022
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The first airframe log was lost. The airframe logs start January 3, 1979 at 2362.2 Total Time.
Specifications are Subject to Verification upon the Buyer's Inspection of the Aircraft. Optional aircraft transition flight training solutions are available. We accept trades and offer a variety of low fixed rate interest rate financing solutions up to 20 years.
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