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1974 Piper Warrior 180HP PA28-151

Jed279

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1974 Piper Warrior PA28-151 N32531
SN 7515177

180HP Lycoming O-360-A4A Avcon Conversion 1495 SMOH
Airframe TT 4298

Sensenich 76EM8S5-0-64 Prop, 450 SPOH Installed 5/05

Wing Spar AD 2020-26-16 Complied with only 252 Factored Service Hours, No eddy test

Annual Complete 04/21
Latest compressions 72/68/72/67
New ignition harness 04/21, New plugs 04/20, Magnetos replaced 03/18 274hrs on each

Dual NAV/COMM King KX170B & TKM MX170C
Dual King VOR/ Single Glideslope
IFR Current Vacuum System
King KMA20TSO Audio Panel with 4 Place Intercom
King KT78 Transponder
Apollo 2001NMS GPS (can no longer buy database updates)
King ADF
S-TEC40 Single Axis Auto-pilot
Electric trim control
Tanis Pre-Heater
Freshly painted wheel pants

Great box or records, receipts, and all log books from previous owners! The plane has been hangared at our local airport N27 since 1999. I purchased the airplane in August 2019 with the intention of renewing my private license and completing my instrument rating which I have accomplished. I have enjoyed the plane immensely and flown regularly. It has taken me cross country from PA to LA to FL and all over the east coat in the two years of my ownership.

Known CONs:
-Slight misfiring at low RPMs when cold
-Crack in corner of pilot side window
-Older plastics, cracks in top vents and passenger door panel
-One ECI cylinder requires compression check every 50hrs from AD
-No ADSB

Walkthru videos and abbreviated logbooks viewable at: dropbox folder

Asking $54,000
 

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kf6iat

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Great airplane... I have a 140 with a 180hp engine, and a 76x60 prop.... Do see 2700 rpm at full throttle at 160 mph true... but only 2300 static... what is your speed, and RPM with that 64 pitch prop???... was thinking of getting one, rather than re-pitch mine, so I can keep the "climb" prop.... I do see about 800 FPM climb, at 7700DA yesterday.... what climb do you see with the 64 pitch, at what conditions...
 
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