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FS: '81 PA28-181 Archer II - $56,500

bradcampbell

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I'm testing the waters here... I just finished my instrument rating and though I know I should enjoy the lower fuel burn and operating costs of my current plane, I want something faster and/or bigger!

N8054S is just over 1000 hours since a major by Lycoming in '99. Total airframe time is around 6800 hours, but in my opinion it doesn't show. Most recent service was new mags, wires and fine-electrode plugs (starts like a dream). Avionics package includes King KMA24, KY197, KNS80 RNAV, KX165, KR87 ADF, KT76 and an Apollo 820 VFR GPS. Both Navigation radios are tied to King rectilinear indicators and a Century 21 single axis autopilot. Inspections are all current; IFR & ELT done in August 2015 and the annual is due in November. The logs and additional pictures are available upon request.

If you have any questions please let me know.

Useful load: 940 pounds
Location: Groton New-London, Ct. (KGON)

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The aiplane is hangared at Groton New-London in Connecticut (KGON).
 
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