Piper Aztec 1966 Aztec, PA 23 250, S N 27 3370, N33SA This Aztec has some real history – it was.
1966 Aztec, PA-23-250, S/N 27-3370, N33SA
This Aztec has some real history – it was owned and maintained by the United States Air Force! The plane was always hangered and lightly flown by the Charleston Air Force Base Aero Club pilots only. It was meticulously cared for and used for advanced training and southeast flying only. It has just come out of a $12,500 annual and is flown weekly. It looks and flies great.
The Aztec is a great handling aircraft, a heavy lifter, an incredibly stable instrument platform and a docile single engine performer. It will carry 6 people with bags and full tanks. The plane is set up for basic IFR but with a GPS it becomes a multiple mission airplane for both entry level and experience multiengine pilots. This is an economical and capable twin that is easy to fly and to insure – it really does “fly like a Cub”. I’ll bring it to a pre-buy for the cost of the gas!
Piper PA-23 C Aztec - Performance Data (@risingup.com)
TTAF: 7635 Hours (no known damage history)
5200 Gross Weight, 1950.2 Useful Load
Collins VIR 251 COMM
Collins VIR 351 NAV with IND-351 VOR/LOC/GS
Collins VIR 351 NAV with IND-351 VOR/LOC
King KN-64 DME
King KT-78 Transponder
EI Digital EGT for Left and Right Engines
Telex Six Place Intercom
6 Place Factory Oxygen (plumbed but no tank)
Ready for deice (plumbed but no boots or plate)
Strobes with separate switch wing tips
Tow Bar and Tie Down Kit
ELT Battery New 9/14
Paint Rated 6.5/10