• For Sale
  • 1963
  • N7275W
  • 28-1111
  • Rock Hill, SC USA

88000 $88,000 USD

Gavin Griffith

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  • For Sale
  • 1963
  • N7275W
  • 28-1111
  • Rock Hill, SC USA

Gavin Griffith


General Specs (cont.)


835 SMOH





Additional Classifications

Detailed Description

IFR ready Piper Cherokee 180 with only 3689 Total Time and only 835 hours on the engine. Includes Garmin 430W GPS with WAAS, both Garmin GMA-340 and King KX-155 Nav/Com, Garmin GTX-330 Transponder, a Uavionix Sky Beacon ADS-B Out, Glidescope and two localizers.  This aircraft is ready to fly.

A cockpit/cabin cover is included and while the wheel pants aren't in the photos, we have them and they are included.

When shopping for Cherokee's, a little comparison info for you... THIS IS THE CHEROKEE FOR YOU!!!
Check the Total Time - this one has 3689 TT which is low for most Cherokees
Check the Engine Time - this one has 835 hours. TBO is 2000 hours, so plenty of life left in this one
Does it have GPS and if so, does it have WAAS? - this one has a Garmin 430W
Does it have a glideslope? - this one has a glideslope and two localizers!
Has it been flown? - this one has been flown and enjoyed... to the point we have sentimental attachment to it and the destinations it has taken us. She's been to Charleston, SC and Hilton Head, SC too many times to remember just for a quick lunch and then return to Greensboro, NC.

Avionics / Equipment

Garmin GNS 430W (WAAS) GPS
Garmin GMA 340 Audio Panel
Garmin GTX 330 Transponder
King KXX 155 Second Radio
Sky Beacon ADS-B Out


No known damage history
3689 TT

LED Landing Light

Engines / Mods / Prop

Lycoming O-360-A4A 180 HP

Interior / Exterior


There is a crack in the rear back window that has been repaired by our A&P. Whenever you decide to get it painted, that would be a good time to replace it.


I have a Commercial license with Instrument and Multi-Engine and my son has an ATP and flies for mainline American Airlines.  We've babied this airplane and it has created many memories for he and I.  I have taken my family many places in this airplane. The annuals have typically been $700-$1000 every year.  It really needs a new paint job, but this has been an extremely low maintenance aircraft in the more than 10 years that I've owned this airplane.  It is currently based in Rock Hill, SC, but it has been based in the Greensboro, NC area for the majority of time. I have flown it as far north as New York and all the way south to Key West, Florida and it even went to Oshkosh :)