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FS: '82 PA28-181 Archer II - $78,000 (reduced)

bradcampbell

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I'm looking at a different aircraft to buy, so no reasonable offer will be refused in exchange for a quick hassle free transaction!

N8054S is just over 1000 hours since a major by Lycoming in '99 and a prop strike IRAN in '08 (300 hours ago). Total airframe time is just over 7100 hours, but in my opinion it doesn't show (probably because I detail it after every flight!). Most recent engine service was new mags, wires and fine-electrode plugs (starts like a dream). Updated Avionics package (ADS-B 2020 ready!) includes GNS 530w w/ traffic and weather, GMX 200 w/ chartview, traffic, and weather, Flight Stream 210, GTX 345, KX 165 and a GMA 340. Both radios are tied to King KI-206 rectilinear indicators and a Century 21 single axis autopilot and the Airspeed Indicator and Directional Gyro were replaced when the new avionics were installed. Inspections are all current; IFR done in August 2015 and the annual is due in November. New 406 ELT installed last month. New tires and tubes all around within the last year. Reiff preheat, cabin cover/cowl plugs, electric trim, plug-in 110v APU, new Concorde sealed RG-35AXC battery, PAI-700 vertical card compass, factory EGT, and Jeppesen Skybound for the GNS. 950# UL. The logs and additional pictures are available upon request. Everywhere I go, this plane gets compliments. Meet up and take a look, sync your iPhone up to my new avionics and seamlessly push and pull flight plans via BT. Why not enjoy a spin around the patch with me. You will not be disappointed!











N8054S specsheet

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Unit74

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This is an excellent deal for any Archer shopper. This will,go,quick and your asking price, in my opinion is $10k low. A turnkey aero plane that needs nothing!


I'd say good luck on the sale, but I don't think that's needed.
 

bradcampbell

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Thanks Unit74. I appreciate the feedback!

Here is a nice picture from a night flight the other day, then after detailing yesterday!

Look at the shiny new AI & DG... how 'bout the LED panel glow and the color matched PAI-700 back lighting!



 
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Unit74

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Try putting it up on PoA. Your audience will be much larger. Beechtalk would also do you well, but you'll need 25 posts to put the ad up.
 

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Art's stabilator tips are upside down. That was an oops on Art's part.
 

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Brad, Art's tips are modified hoerner's.
The stabilators lift downward, not upward, so the bevel should face upward (opposite to the wingtips). Art inadvertantly wrote it up backwards in his instructions.
 

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