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1998 Turbo Saratoga for sale

tmm0910

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I am selling my 1998 Turbo Saratoga due to my age. Not quitting flying but at my age my wife and I feel redundancy is prudent. Therefore I am looking at the Cirrus SR-22 line. This is not a hangar queen, regularly flown from Tennessee to the Gulf coast or wherever. Total time AF and engine-1080, 30 STOH with new Turbo, mags. and new EDM 830. Factory air, 530W, ADS-B in and out compliant and Bluetooth capable via Garmin. KFC 150 AP, XM weather, Knots 2U gap seals and wing tips, grey leather interior, executive writing table, entertainment console, new oxygen bottle plus many more features. No damage history and complete logbooks. Purchased the aircraft in Phoenix and has no corrosion.See ad in Controller or Beechtalk. This plane is ready to go. Annual presently in progress. E-mail [email protected] or call 615 418-3541, or my son ROBERT at 931-224-0277 for more details and pictures. Asking $249,900. Reducing price to $234,900.00. May have found a Cirrus
 
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I am selling my 1998 Turbo Saratoga due to my age. Not quitting flying but at my age my wife and I feel redundancy is prudent. Therefore I am looking at the Cirrus SR-22 line. This is not a hangar queen, regularly flown from Tennessee to the Gulf coast or wherever. Total time AF and engine-1080, 30 STOH with new Turbo, mags. and new EDM 830. Factory air, 530W, ADS-B in and out compliant and Bluetooth capable via Garmin. KFC 150 AP, XM weather, Knots 2U gap seals and wing tips, grey leather interior, executive writing table, entertainment console, new oxygen bottle plus many more features. No damage history and complete logbooks. Purchased the aircraft in Phoenix and has no corrosion.See ad in Controller or Beechtalk. This plane is ready to go. Annual presently in progress. E-mail [email protected] or call 615 418-3541, or my son ROBERT at 931-224-0277 for more details and pictures. Asking $249,900.
I was expecting you to say you were moving up to a twin. What is redundant about the Cirrus? Could you provide a link to the Controller add? Lots of Toga's listed. Not sure which one is yours.
 

tmm0910

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Actually 10 years ago moved down from a 340B. Tail number is N9832R, and may not yet be on "Controller" since my son just posted today but is on "Beechtalk" where he posted yesterday. Just feel the "chute" on the Cirrus would make survival more possible if I were have a medical problem. This airplane, as of this date, needs NOTHING!
 

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Nice to know you will be still flying and buying another plane, I have lot of time in a 2000 Toga and a really the best single engine ever built I think, and found a balance for speed,payload, six seater and club seats in the rear are really nice aircraft and easy to fly.

I know your going to post the listing too from Controller, but might help if you post some pics of your plane here too.

Best wishes selling her too, and getting a new plane and flying some more.
 

tmm0910

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Useful load 1060 pounds. The older Lance's and Saratogas had more useful load until Piper began adding extra insulation, a.c., etc. back seats remove easily to give you more useful if not carrying passengers and need weight for golf clubs, shotguns, etc.
Thanks for looking and if you have further questions please do not hesitate to ask.
 

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Price reduced to $234,900.00. May have found a Cirrus
 

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