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Piper Archer II for Immediate Sale

Mocha2168

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Hey group, it pains me to do this but it is time to sell my 1979 Piper Archer II. This has been a fantastic plane for me over the last 10 years. I obtained my instrument, commercial and did all of my initial CFI training in this plane not to mention countless hours traveling to vacation spots up and down the east coast. It’s just time to move up to something a little bigger and faster. We have put a lot of upgrades into this beauty over the last few years. Most notably just this year we upgraded the entire interior with new leather seats, carpets, embroidered head rests, wrapped yokes and soundproofing. The plane has always been hangered and well maintained. I have complete logs since day 1 with no damage history. The buyer of this beauty will also have a fresh annual (Dec 2020).
The plane is hangered at Wings Field (KLOM). Asking $80K. PM me if interested or want additional info.

Airframe: 6340
Engine: 1985 SMOH (flies at least 3 times per week)
Prop: 1985 SPOH
Compressions at annual: 74/72/76/70
Equipment:
• STC’d Hartzell Constant Speed Propeller
• STC’d Knots 2U Wing root seals
• STC’d Lightweight starter
• 22 Gal. Aux. Fuel Tank
• Garmin 430W with current databases
• Garmin GPSMap 496 hardwired
• Aspen Pro Flight Display
• Narco 810R Com
• Narco Nav 122 with GS
• Narco CP 135 audio panel
• Garmin GTX-345 ADS-B In/Out transponder
• Garmin Flight Stream 210 Wireless Connectivity
• 4 Place Intercom
• Tanis Engine Preheater
• Plane Power Alternator & voltage regulator
• Whelan LED wing and nose gear lighting
• Standby vacuum
• Quartz Chronometer
• Vertical Card Compass
• Insight Graphic Engine Monitor
• WX8 Stormscope
• Piper Autocontrol 111B autopilot
• AERO-TRIM Aileron trim system
• Davtron Fuelguard shows:
o Fuel use per hour
o Total fuel used
o Outside air temperature -C
o Outside air temperature-F
o Pressure altitude
o Density altitude
o Voltage
o Entire aircraft interior re-upholstered with leather; new carpets; sound proofing; control panels; seatbelts and 2 sheep skin seats
 

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I didn’t know archers could have a constant speed prop. What does that do for performance?
 

Cyber

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I didn’t know archers could have a constant speed prop. What does that do for performance?
Only one I was aware of was
SA00633LA
PA-28-180/181
American Propeller Service Installation of an electric constant speed propeller MTV-18B/180-7 and control unit P-120-U.
What is the STC number or maybe just a 337 approval of the PA28R-180/181 setup?
 
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Mocha2168

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Only one I was aware of was
SA00633LA
PA-28-180/181
American Propeller Service Installation of an electric constant speed propeller MTV-18B/180-7 and control unit P-120-U.
What is the STC number or maybe just a 337 approval of the PA28R-180/181 setup?
I’m fairly certain it was just a 337 approval.
 
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