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1978 Piper Lance II. 5237 Hours TT, 125 Hours Since Engine Overhaul, Altimatic IIIC Altitude Hold Autopilot, Garmin 530W GPS, Garmin G-5 Attitude Indicator, Garmin GTX-330ES ADS-B Out Compliant Transponder, JPI EMD-700 Graphic Engine Monitor Electric Trim, Club Seating, Factory Air-Conditioning!
Avionics / Equipment
Altimatic IIIC Autopilot Flight Control System
Garmin GMA-340 Audio Panel featuring 3 Light Marker Beacons
Garmin G5 Attitude Indicator
Garmin 530W GPS - (WAAS Enabled)
Garmin GI-106A VOR / GS Indicator
MAC-1700 Nav/Com - (#2)
King KI-208 VOR Indicator - (#2)
Garmin GTX-330ES Transponder - (ADS-B Out)
Sigtronics SPA-400 Intercom System - (4-Place)
JPI EDM-700 Graphic Engine Monitor
Dual Push to Talk Switches
Autopilot Disconnect Switch - (Pilot's Yoke Mounted)
Avionics Master Switch
ADDITIONAL OUTSTANDING FEATURES
3-Blade Hartzell Propeller Featuring a Polish Spinner
Brackett Air Filter
Avionics West EC100 Stereo
Outside Air Temperature Gauge
Halon Fire Extinguisher
Music Input Jack
98 Gallon Fuel Capacity
Factory EGT Gauge
Pilot & Co-pilot Toe Brakes / Parking Brake
Alternate Instrument Static Source
External Power Receptacle
Forward Baggage Compartment Lighting
Instrument Panel Lighting
5237 Hours Total Time Since New - (Times noted as of July 12, 2023)
Engines / Mods / Prop
125 Hours Since Engine Overhaul - (March of 2023 by Zach McGuire AP3015487IA)
1065 Hours Since a New 3-Blade Propeller Upgrade- (January 18, 2010)
The Propeller Hub was resealed by Aircraft Accessories of Oklahoma on February 25, 2022
Interior / Exterior
Blue Leather Seating Featuring Headrests and Harmonizing Side Panels.
Utility Door for rear baggage access and cargo loading
Pilot and Copilot Adjustable Crew Seats
Side panels do not match seats
Matterhorn White over Blue featuring Light Gray and Dark Gray Accents.
The aircraft is kept in a hangar when not flying.
ANNUAL DUE: April 1, 2024
BI-ANNUAL IFR CHECKS DUE: August 1, 2026
ELT BATTERY DUE: November 1, 2023
October 15, 1989 (Tach 1748.27) - The LH had wing skin crack stop drilled and a doubler patch was installed.
June 11, 1983 (Tach 965) - The LH main gear assembly, two fittings, two wing skins, and a rib were replaced.
January 30, 1979 (Tach 329.25) - There was a propeller strike. The propeller was replaced.
May 12, 1978 (Tach 114.10) This Lance was originally a straight tail Lance. It appears that Piper utilized this aircraft for the T-Tail Lance Certification. The Conventional Tail aircraft was converted to a T-Tail Aircraft.
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