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1963 Piper Cherokee 180
  • Total Time: 4277 hrs.
  • Engine: Lycoming
    180 hp O-360-A3A

    2116 hrs. Siince Factory Overhaul
  • Prop:
  • Next Annual Due:
    October, 2012
1963 Piper Cherokee 180
Photos: Exterior1 Exterior2 Exterior3 Exterior4 Exterior5
Exterior6 Exterior7 Exterior8 Panel1 Panel2 Panel3
Panel4 Interior1 Interior2 Interior3 Engine1 Engine2 Engine3
A Garmin 250XL and a King KX-170B are the nav-coms and the transponder is a KT-76A with encoder. A yoke mounted Lowrance GPS is included and there is a built-in four place intercom

Equipment & Features:
Metco wing tips, Metco wing root fairings, cabin cover, true airspeed indicator, full wheel fairings. The annual inspection is good until October 2012 and the engine compressions at the annual were 75, 75, 73, 75. The owner states that oil consumption is 9 hours per quart, which Lycoming states is average for a new engine. The log books are complete from the factory test flight and there is no damage history. The aircraft is hangared and has been for the 13 years that the present owners have had it.

The aircraft received an excellent strip, etch, alodyne, prime and refinish in Imron six years ago. It is done in overall Matterhorn White with Forrest Green Metallic trim and Inca Gold accents. The paint shows almost as new.

The seats feature brown fabric inserts with gray and white vinyl trim. The sidewalls have complementing colors and fabrics and the carpeting is brown. The glass is very good as is the headliner.

This 180 has a wonderful pedigree and history and is beautiful to look at. The engine is high time, but its factory overhaul and excellent vital signs point to an engine with many hundred of potential hours left in it. Call me now to discuss this plane.

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Updated October 25, 2012

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