“Good condition, but will need some TLC” Piper 1979Overview This 1979 Seneca II is in generally g.
|“Good condition, but will need some TLC”|
|Make:||Piper||Model Year:||1979Overview This 1979 Seneca II is in generally g|
This 1979 Seneca II is in generally good condition, but will need some TLC
Aircraft TT: 4187.
Paint and interior are average for its age. Some grey touch up in a few areas.
The plane has a new Annual inspection as of November 2014. It is IFR Certified (completed in Nov 2014) and complete log books.
It is located at the Spirit of Saint Louis Airport (KSUS) in Chesterfield, MO.
Airframe: 5183 TTAF.
Cockpit Instrumentation includes: altimeter, airspeed, vertical speed indicator, turn and bank indicator, artificial horizon, directional gyro, L&R fuel quantity, tachometer, oil pressures and CHT/EGT temperatures, suction gauge, compass, clock, Air Conditioning (inop due to no door motor) EDM 760 Engine Monitor, Shadin Fuel Flow, Full Deice System, Ox System, Vortex Generators, Piper Altimatic IIIC Auto-pilot, Bendix RDR 160 radar (status unknown), 6-place intercom, Garmin GMA 340 Audio Panel, and GNS 430 Nav/Com, King KX 197, KN53, KR87 and KT76A
Left: Continental TSIO360-EB1A, 1883 TTS Reman, 210 Hp. Compressions: 63,63,63,48,56,58
Right: Continental TSIO 360-EB1A, 1851 TTS Reman, 210 Hp. Compressions: 59,61,58,58,50,50
We believe the compressions would improve with more operation. As this plane has not been flown lately.
Propellers: Both: McCauley
Left: 3AF334C502, Right: 3AF34C503 Both TTSMOH 2529. Both were disassembled and inspected with minor internal parts being replaced in 2008. Not an actual overhaul, but just an examination.
This aircraft will be sold and delivered As-Is-Where Is. We maybe able to deliver it by one of our pilots anywhere in contiguous 48 states for our cost.
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