144900 $144,900 USD

  • For Sale
  • 1980
  • N522MM
  • 32R-801300
  • Kokomo, IN USA
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General Specs (cont.)


851 SMOH

908 SPOH

1173 lb





Additional Classifications

Detailed Description

N522MM. 1980 PA-32R-301, 5108TT, 851 SMOH, 908 SPOH, Garmin GMA 340 Audio Panel w/6 Pl Intercom, Great Paint, Leather Interior, Garmin 530W, Altitude Hold Autopilot, Club Seating, Air Conditioning System.

Avionics / Equipment

Garmin GMA 340 Audio Panel with a six-place intercom 
Garmin GNS-530W GPS/Nav/Com 1 with localizer and Glideslope paired with HSI
King KX-155 Nav/Com 2 
King KLN-90B GPS 
Piper Altimatic IIIC with Altitude Hold & Glideslope Capture, Nav, Heading, and Approach Modes.
Garmin GTX-327 Mode C Transponder

Additional Equipment & Modifications:
Dual Push to Talk
Inertia Reel Shoulder Harnesses
Ryan TCAD 9900B Traffic Advisor 
Air Conditioning
HID Wing Tip Lights 
JPI EDM-700 Digital Engine Monitor 
Digital Fuel Flow Meter 
Avionics Master Switch


Aircraft Total Time: 5,108.9 Hours

Engines / Mods / Prop

Engine: Lycoming IO-540-K1G5D
Engine Serial #: L-9137-48C
Engine HP: 300HP
Engine Hours Since Overhaul: 851.9 Hours
Type of Overhaul: Major Overhaul to New Limits
Date of Overhaul: December 3rd, 2010
Overhaul Shop: Penn Yan Aero

Prop Overhaul Date: November 18th, 2009
Hours since Prop Overhaul: 908

Interior / Exterior

Exterior Condition: The exterior was stripped and painted in 1998 by Century Aircraft Painting. The aircraft was painted with Jet-Glo Snow White, Burgundy, and Blue Metallic. The paint has minimal defects and shows very nicely.

Interior Condition: The interior was reupholstered in 1997. The seats, carpet, side panels, and headliner were all replaced during this time. The interior shows normal wear for its age with no rips or tears. The plastic is in good shape!


Next Annual Date:  April 1st, 2020
Useful Load: 1173.00
Useable Fuel: 102 Gallons
Logbook Condition: Complete and Organized Since New

Ownership History: We purchased this aircraft from gentleman in Ohio that was downsizing to a tailwheel aircraft. We used this great Saratoga as our company plane for the last 2 years. We have put over 200 hours on it and saw zero issues during that time!
Damage History: The left wing had a skin and rib repaired in 2014 after the wing contacted a hangar during taxi.
In Flight Report: “This aircraft has been a joy to fly and operate for us. It has a strong engine and great IFR avionics that will get the job done when it is needed! The aircraft is very comfortable and will give you a true airspeed of 160KTS.”
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