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1966 Piper Comanche 260B
  • Total Time: 4900 hrs.
  • Engine: Lycoming
    260 hp IO-540-D4A5
    750 hrs. Since Overhaul by Lycoming
  • Prop: 750 hrs. Since New Hartzell Scimitar 3-blade Top Prop
  • Next Annual Due:
    July, 2016
  • Next IFR Due: July, 2017
1966 Piper Comanche 260B
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Interior1 Interior2 Interior3 Engine
An S-Tec 60-2 autopilot is coupled to the Garmin GNS430 GPS. The 2nd nav/com is a King KX-155 and the audio panel is the King KMA-24. An Apollo MX-20 MFD with Jepp View and a BFG WX-900 Stormscope completes this nice IFR package.

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Equipment & Features:
EI UBG-16 digital engine analyzer with fuel flow, 4-place intercom system, Avionics master switch, Metco wing tips with strobes and Whelen Comet Flash belly and dorsal strobes, Knots 2-U mods include aileron gap seals, flap gap seals, wing root fairings, main gear fairings and wheel covers. (185 MPH cruise at 8,000), electric trim, Rosen visors, LED landing and nav lights, canopy/pitot covers, cowl plugs, oil sump heater, external power plug with cables, Sky Tec starter, Bogert copper cables, polished spinner, stand-by vacuum, digital clock.

Stripped and painted by a quality shop several years ago, the aircraft shows beautifully. Finished in overall Matterhorn White, with Roman Red trim and Jet Black accent in the traditional Piper scheme. .

The six place interior was replaced in 2008, reupholstered in cream and red with red carpeting. The glass is gray tint and the windshield is one piece. The instrument panel was replaced with a Custom flat panel in the modern T configuration and it has the Nulite lighting system and an Ashby glare shield for a very modern look. Pilot and copilot shoulder harness are installed

The only damage was an inadvertent gear retraction on the ground in 1970, which was expertly repaired with factory parts and well documented.

The elevator horn was just replaced and AD 2012-17-16 no longer applies. This is a turn-key Comanche with impeccable credentials that is set up for serious IFR travel. Call me now.

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