Piper PA34 Seneca II

Piper PA-34-200T Seneca II     ***SOLD***         $ 49,900
 

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General Info
Make: Piper Registration Number: N13LM
Model: PA-34-200T Serial Number: 34-7870075
Model Year: 1978 Engines: (200 HP - turbocharged)
TSIO 360E
LTSIO 360E
Location: Trenton-Robbinsville (N87) Gear: Retractable
    Props: Constant Speed
Summary Info
Well-equipped panel: GNS 530W & 430W, HSI, EFIS, GTX 330, Strikefinder, autopilot, and more.  Inexpensive path to light twins.  Flies great!
Logbook Time
Total Time: (Hours since New) 4730 Log books
Complete
Engine:
(Since Overhaul)
R: 1540
L: 1540
Props: 
(Since Major Overhaul)
R: 1540
L: 1540
Maintenance Info
Annual due: (Date) Due
IFR Certification Due: Due
AD's complete? (Yes / No) Yes
Type of Engine Overhaul: Field
Damage History: No known damage history
Features
Club seating Inflatable door seal
Counter-rotating props Auxilary audio input
Avionics
  Make / Model
NAV/COM #1: Garmin GNS 530W
NAV/COM #2: Garmin GNS 430W w/ 2nd Glideslope
HSI: Century NSD 360
EFIS: Dynon EFIS-D60
Autopilot: Altimatic IIIC
Transponder: Garmin GTX 330
Audio Panel: PS Engineering PMA6000M-C
Weather: Insight Strikefinder
Engine Monitoring: JPI EDM 760 w/ Fuel Flow
Exterior
Color(s): Light Gray w/ Blue Trim
Paint Condition:
(1 to 10, 10 being the highest)
 5
Interior
Color(s): Light Gray
Fabric: Fabric
Condition:
(1 to 10, 10 being the highest)
6
Glass condition: Fair
Other:  
Performance
Cruise Speed: (at 75% power) 170 kts *
Useful Load: (remaining after full fuel) 1171 lbs *
Fuel Capacity: 93 gal
Fuel burn: (average) 24 GPH total *
Range: 650 nm *
Specific Range: ((Efficiency = Cruise Speed ÷ Lbs per hour of fuel burn) (The higher the number, the better the efficiency)) 1.19
* Note: Performance figures are estimates based on best available information (from POH, Vref, etc.) and may not be exact for this particular aircraft.
Comments

Piper introduced the Seneca II in 1975 with upgraded control surfaces, the addition of a rudder anti-servo tab, and a stabilator bobweight to improve handling qualities.  Additionally, the PA-34-200"T" was powered by turbocharged, six cylinder Continental TSIO L/TSIO-360E engines for improved performance, particularly at higher altitudes. The Seneca II retained the counter-rotating engine arrangement of the earlier Seneca I.

The Seneca II also introduced optional "club seating" whereby the two center-row seats face rearwards and the two back seats face forward allowing more legroom in the passenger cabin.

This Seneca has a well-equipped panel with dual WAAS GPS's, HSI, EFIS, audio panel, autopilot, and Strikefinder...and it's Garmin GTX 330 provides an economical path for upgrading to ADS-B to meet the January 2020 requirements.  While the engines in this Seneca are past 'recommended' TBO, they run well and have normal compressions and oil consumptions.  All in all, this airplane is priced right and provides an economical entry into the realm of light twins. 

Contact Us About This Aircraft

Please call Dave Mathiesen at 609-259-2400