1983 PIPER TURBO SARATOGA SP (1980 – 1987) For Sale

  • For Sale
  • 1983
  • PIPER TURBO SARATOGA SP (1980 – 1987)
  • N413161
  • 32R-832903
  • Sturgis, MI USA

General Specs (cont.)

Total Time:3,724

Engine 1 Overhaul Time:877 SMOH

Condition:Used

Additional Classifications

Detailed Description

1983 Turbo Saratoga SP, 3724TT, 877SMOH, STEC 55X, G500 Glass w/SVT, 530W, 430W, 796 GPS, ADS-B, GEM, FF, Speed Brakes, A/C, 406 ELT, Speed Mods!

Avionics / Equipment

AVIONICSS-Tec 55X Autopilot with Flight Director and Auto Trim ModuleGarmin G500 Glass Panel featuring Synthetic Vision and Garmin GAD-43A Altitude Pre-SelectGarmin 340 Audio Panel with Marker Beacon & IntercomGarmin GNS 530W GPS Garmin GNS 430W GPS Garmin 796 Panel Mounted GPS with separate Garmin GDL-39 ADS-B in ReceiverGarmin GDL-88 – (ADS-B In and Out) – (Displayed on G500, 530W and 430W)Garmin 327 Transponder Custom Metal Avionics PanelCustom warning annunciators by EATONElectric TrimSigmatek Back-Up Attitude IndicatorSt-By Altimeter and St-By Air Speed IndicatorBose Lemo Connectors for Pilot and Co-PilotSUPER FEATURESFactory Air Conditioning – (API R134A Conversion)Factory Zinc Chromate ProtectionPrecise Flight Speed BrakesClub SeatingInsight Graphics G1 Engine MonitorJPI 450 Fuel ComputerTechnologies E-04 406 ELT SystemG&D Window InsertsCustom Avionics Panel Glare ShieldLED Landing Light and Wing De-Ice Light Flap Gap Seals Speed Enhancement – (Knots 2U)Stabilator Gap Seal Speed Enhancement – (Knots 2U)Aircraft Door Seals LLC Door Seal Upgrade Sky-Tec Light Weight StarterAero Enhancements Wood Grain Appearance Panel Overlays ADDITIONAL OUTSTANDING FEATURESHeavy Duty Brakes System – (Cleveland)Pilot & Co-pilot toe brakes, and parking brakeAlternate Static SourceCylinder Head Temperature GaugeEngine Hour RecorderExhaust Gas Temperature GaugeElectric ClockOutside Air Temperature GaugePolished Prop Spinner107 Gallon total capacity, 102 gallons usableVentilation 2-Speed FanWindshield Defrosters & ControlIndividually controlled overhead fresh air ventsIndividually controlled fresh air vents – (floor mounted)External Power ReceptacleUtility Door for rear baggage access and cargo loadingSuper Sound ProofingMap LightsWing Tip Strobe LightsAvionics DimmingNavigation LightsCabin Reading Lights – fourPilot & Copilot ArmrestsPilot and Copilot Adjustable Crew Seats Static WicksTinted Windshield and WindowsSuper Sound ProofingMusic Input Jack

Airframe

3724 Hours Total Time Since New

Engines / Mods / Prop

877 Hours Since Lycoming Factory Overhaul 535 Hours Since a New 3-Blade Propeller

Interior / Exterior

EXTERIOR: White featuring Deep Red Metallic and Jet Black Metallic Accents. High Quality (There are some extremely light hail marks on the aircraft)INTERIOR: Designer Berkshire Khaki Leather featuring harmonizing Tweed inserts, color coordinated headliner, Side Panels and wrapped window plastics. The rear cabin features the desirable Club Seating Configuration. The Rear seats incorporate quick release feature for easy removal. (Burn Test Documents present / log book entry not present)

Remarks

ANNUAL DUE: December 1, 2017BI-ANNUAL IFR CHECKS DUE: November, 2018USEFUL LOAD: 1235.32 This is a compelling opportunity at this price level. ABSOLUTELY LOADED! The Flight Deck features the state of the art GARMIN G500 Glass Panel with Synthetic Vision and the desirable STEC 55X Autopilot System. Altitude Pre-Select Features can be controlled through the Garmin G-500. The Navigation amenities include the Garmin 530W GPS, 430W GPS, 796 GPS, and the GDL-88 ADS-B Compliant Transceiver that features Weather and Traffic Advisories. $57,683 was spent on Avionics Upgrades in July of 2014!Additional Outstanding options include a custom metal avionics panel, custom Glare Shield, Factory Air Conditioning, Speed Brakes, and Engine Monitoring Equipment. Call to schedule your personal demonstration. We accept trades and offer a variety of financing solutions. The aircraft did have a gear-up landing in 2010, which was 535 hours ago. The aircraft was repaired by Quality Aircraft in Beaumont, Texas. The engine teardown (Prop Strike Inspection) was completed by Custom Airmotive. Custom Airmotive is a renowned engine rebuilder that has been in business since 1974. A new 3-Blade propeller was also installed after the incident. Some skins were replaced on the left and right wings along with some fuel tank bladders on October 28, 2004 when the aircraft had 2809.1 total time. It does not say why, but thought we should disclose it. We spoke with Jake Clemens at Dayton Aircraft Services. Although he could not remember for sure; he did say one of their hangars was damaged by the Hurricane. This aircraft was hangared at their facility. The aircraft was originally equipped with a hot prop. The current propeller does not have the hot prop de-ice boots. When the new propeller was installed, Hartzell did not have a propeller built up with boots. The system has been placarded INOP, but could be utilized again if someone wants to spend the money required to add boots to the propeller and go through the system.Specifications are Subject to Verification upon Inspection by Purchaser

Price

$205,000



Contact Details


(269) 651-5431 Fax: (269) 651-6446 Contact:John Bartelt1301 W Lafayette St Sturgis, MI 49091 USA

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