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  • 1967
  • 3910T
  • 28R-30245

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  • For Sale
  • 1967
  • 3910T
  • 28R-30245

General Specs (cont.)


736 SMOH

381 SNEW

972 lb






Additional Classifications

Detailed Description

Even though this plane is sold, we get these really nice, unique planes. If you subscribe to our email notices you will get first notice: https://www.aerolifeaviation.com/AlertSignUp
Probably the best upgraded Arrow in the country. Looks and features of a newer plane for a fraction of the cost. Full Garmin glass panel. Latest paint scheme & interior. Low hour engine, 3 blade prop. Please watch the full video of this Arrow (video in tab above the photos).

Avionics / Equipment

4 place intercom
Avionics Master Switch
Garmin G3x Touch
Garmin G5
Garmin GFC500 Autopilot
Garmin GMA350c Audio Panel w/ Bluetooth
Garmin GNC 255A NAV/COMM
Garmin GTX345 transponder
Integrated Digital Primary Engine Monitor
iPad Pro panel mount


40 degree manual flaps
Sun Visors

Engines / Mods / Prop

Lycoming IO360 4 cylinder
Hartzell 3 blade prop

Interior / Exterior

12-volt USB power supply (2)
ADS-B In & Out
Electric Pitch Trim
Fresh Air Vent Control
Gear warning
LED beacon light
LED landing light
Pitot Heat
Yoke Mounted PTT's


There's no other plane like this Arrow. With it you can own an airplane similar to a modern one for a fraction of the price. Full Garmin glass panel with G3X Touch & synthetic vision. Full Garmin stack with GTN650 and top of the line Garmin GFC500 autopilot. Newer paint and interior. 3 blade propeller. Digital primary engine monitor. There's so many upgrades to this plane, they make it fly and feel like a newer one. This plane can fly faster and has better performance than a 2022 Piper Archer DLX. 

Even though we've had many planes, this is the first time I've seen one upgraded to this level and this detailed. (It's hard to describe all, please watch the full video and see how it flies up to 11,000 ft.)

I love this panel. It's not only modern but fully integrated. (Please refer to the video). Garmin G3x Touch shows all information. It even has a gear position and fuel tank alarm. G3X can change all radio frequencies and squawk code.
Play music and phone calls via the Garmin GMA350c audio panel. Garmin GTN 650 GPS makes navigating much easier. Garmin Connext can transfer flight plan info from mobile devices. ADSB In & Out with live weather & traffic displays on the G3X & 650. GFC 500 autopilot gives features of a more advanced plane. All navigation, vertical speed climb/descent, altitude preselect, fly complex approaches and envelope protection. iPad Pro on the right gives redundancy, even navigation and synthetic vision. I can fly this plane on autopilot from take off to landing with Garmin GFC-500. 

Beautiful 4 color, high quality paint with a modern scheme. Very bright LED landing lights. All lights upgraded to LEDs.  
Complete interior upgrade. Attention to detail in the interior is great. Comfortable seats even for long trips.
Digital engine monitor integrated into the G3x can help get better engine life and save fuel. It also has fuel flow and fuel quantity.

Lycoming IO360-B1E 180HP engine (See the comparison with 200hp in the video). Only 736 hours on Penn Yan overhaul. Starts right up and flies great. Long lasting, very reliable and economical. 

Expensive 3 blade Hartzell prop upgrade with better climb rate, ground clearance and quieter. It is about 2 knots slower than the 2 blade in cruise.

If you want to fly fast and economically you need a complex plane. Arrow is probably the easiest plane to fly with low pilot workload. It can carry 4 people, fly over 800 miles and around 135-140 knots. Fly over any mountains with a ceiling of 15,000ft and burn only 9-10 gallons per hour.

There's no other plane like this. Upgrades alone cost more than the asking price of the plane. (Approximate costs: Panel over $80,000, Autopilot $18,000, Interior $12,000, Paint $18,000, 3 blade prop $12,000, Other upgrades $13,000 - Total of $153,000 for just the upgrades alone.) Consider the base value for a Piper Arrow with 736 hour engine and 5700 hour airframe to be about $75,000 and you have a cost of around $228,000 to make it like this plane. The time to upgrades is about 8 months to 1 year. So with this plane you save around $80,000 and time; you can fly the plane today.

Low hour plane and engine. No damage history. Eddy current inspection for the spar completed. All logs since new. 
The video of the plane describes all the features of the plane, with take off, flight and landing. It's also the most detailed video of a Piper Arrow 180 you will find. Please watch the video.

Please contact us for details.

6 things we do:
1. Transport anywhere in USA for low cost
2. Arrange prebuy with local mechanic or accommodate yours 
3. Arrange to look at it on weekends also - if you schedule ahead
4. Give free 5 hour type training with CFI if you need
5. Help you to find financing & insurance
6. Clean and sanitize before delivery