The Piper Cherokee 180 is great for training, time building, and enjoyable cruiser. With a good avionics package and aestetics, this Cherokee is perfect for any flying club or instructor looking to train VFR and IFR students.
50 gallons fuel
KMA 24 Audio Panel
SPA 400 Intercom
GX 55 GPS
KX 155 Comm/Nav w/GS
KX 155 Comm/Nav w/GS
Davtron 903 Digital VOR
Century II Autopilot (Heading Bud)
KN 62 DME
KR 87 ADF
KT 76A Transponder
Lycoming O-360-A4A (2000 TBO)
Last Compressions: 75-75-73-72 over 80
Mags OH in 12/2017
Sensenich 2 Blade Prop
White and Orange Scheme w/Black Striping.
Paint in very good condition with minimal signs of wear.
Glass in excellent condition.
No signs of cracking, smoke, or crazing.
Last performed -
Annual - 11/2017
Transponder 91.413 - 09/2016
Interior in good condition.
Older look, but clean and well kept.
- Flown and stored in dry climate
- Very nice paint and glass
- Fresh OH Mags in 12/2017
- Nice Bendix package for IFR training
Las Vegas Aircraft Sales, LLC
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