1984 PIPER SARATOGA


159900 $159,900 USD

  • For Sale
  • 1984
  • PIPER SARATOGA
  • N434DJ
  • 32-8406008
  • Sturgis, MI USA

Bartelt Aviation Inc - Larry Russell

General Specs (cont.)

5,001

440 SFOH

1,990 SNEW

1360 lb

Used

Additional Classifications

Detailed Description

1984 Saratoga - 5001 TT, 440 SFOH, KAP-150 AP, 530W, 430W, GTX-330ES (ADS-B OUT), WX10A, GEM, Air-Cond, Wheel Pants, Wing Tip Rec Lights!

Avionics / Equipment

AVIONICS 
King KAP150 Autopilot featuring Heading and Altitude Hold 
King KMA-24 Audio Panel with (3) Light Marker Beacons 
Garmin 530W GPS – (WAAS Enabled)
Garmin 430W GPS - (WAAS Enabled)
Garmin GI-106A VOR / Glideslope Indicator
Garmin GTX-330ES ADS-B Transponder
Garmin Flight Stream 210 Blue Tooth
King KR-87 ADF with Flight Timer
WX-10A Stormscope
Dual Glide Slope Presentation
Insight Graphic Engine Monitor System featuring CHT / EGT display 

SUPER FEATURES
Factory Air Conditioning
Skycraft Skylite Wing Tip Rec Lights
Wheel Fairings
3 Blade Propeller
Polished Spinner	
Brackett Air Filter STC
Dual Push to Talk Switches

ADDITIONAL OUTSTANDING FEATURES
Avionics Master Switch
Super Sound Proofing
Intercom System (6) Place
Standby Vacuum System (Induction Air)		
Wing Tip Strobes
Tinted Windows							
Overhead Map Lights					
Tow Bar	
Avionics Master Switch
Side Window Curtains
Rotating Beacon Mounted on the Vertical Fin

Airframe

5,001 Hours Total Time Since New

Engines / Mods / Prop

440 Hours Since Factory Overhaul  
1990 Hours Since New Propeller

Interior / Exterior

EXTERIOR:  White base featuring Dark Blue, Light Blue, Gray Accents.

INTERIOR:  Medium Blue Leather featuring harmonizing side panels and grey carpet.  The rear cabin features the rare desirable forward-facing seats configuration.

Remarks

ANNUAL DUE:  March 2019	
BI-ANNUAL IFR CHECKS DUE:  Feb 2020    
USEFUL LOAD:  1360 Pounds

Stabilator Skins and Aft Fuselage repairs were performed in July of 2017. 
Belly Skin repairs accomplished due to exhaust trail corrosion in February of 2017.
The aircraft was substantially damaged during a runway overrun at the Seamans Field Airport in Factoryville, Pennsylvania.  See NTSB report dated May 4, 2001. The aircraft was repaired and return to service.  See 337 dated September 7, 2001 for repair details.