Piper Navajo Chieftain

Piper PA-31-350 Navajo Chieftain                   $225,000


General Info
Make: Piper Registration Number: N68950
Model: PA-31-350 Navajo Chieftain
Serial Number: 31-7405212
Model Year: 1974 Engines: TIO 540-J2BD - 350 hp (counter rotating)
Location: Trenton-Robbinsville (N87) Gear: Retractable
Beautiful Navajo Chieftain, 10 seats, air-conditioning, counter-rotating props, GNS530W, Avidyne Flight Max EX500 MFD; exceptional condition, looks and flies great!
Logbook Time
Total Time: (Hours since New) 11,900 Log books:
Engines: Since Factory Overhaul in 2010
L - 400
R - 400
Props (& governers) SMOH:  L - 15
R - 15


Maintenance Information  
Annual Due:
August 2017; fresh annual with sale
IFR Certification Due: June 2018
AD's Complete: Yes, including elevator AD
Damage Hitory: None
Type of Engine Overhaul: Factory Overhaul in 2010 (with new turbo blankets, tailpipes, hoses, mounts, air boxes, hydrolic pumps, etc.)
Other: Overhauled airframe boost pumps
New de-ice boots on horizontal stabilizer
Many instruments overhauled in 2010
HSI gyro recently overhauled


  • Cabin class room (ten seats including potty) (two seats not shown)
  • Gross weight increase to 7,400 lbs
  • Air conditioning (recent new R-134 compressor)
  • Built-in oxygen for pilots & passengers
  • Boundary Layer Vortex Generators
  • Anti-Ice Boots, Hot Props, & Heated Glass Windshield
  • Air-stair with adjacent cargo door
  • Wing baggage nacelles
  • Wing ice light
  • Nav/Com 1:  Garmin GNS 530W
  • Nav/Com 2:  King KX155 w/ glideslope
  • HSI:  Bendix (Slaved)
  • MFD:  Avidyne Flight Max EX500 with WSI SiriusXM weather & music
  • Audio Panel: Garmin GMA 340
  • Transponder #1:  Garmin GTX 330 mode S
  • Transponder #2:  King KT76A
  • Autopilot:  Century IV
  • DME:  King KN64
  • Engine Monitoring:  JPI EDM 760 with fuel flow (integrated w/ GNS 530W)
  • Altitude Management System:  Shadin AMS 2000 Mode C
  • Co-pilot instruments
While & Black w/ Red/Gray Trim
Paint Condition: (1 to 10, 10 being the highest) 8
White w/ new maroon carpeting
Fabric: Vinyl
Condition:  (1 to 10, 10 being the highest) 8
Glass condition: Good
Other: Polished seat rails, new stair treads


Cruise Speed: 190 - 200 kts
Useful Load:  Gross / Net (with Full Fuel): 1950 lbs / 800 lbs (average) 
Fuel Capacity: 182 gal
Fuel burn: (average) 50 gal. first hr. / 40 gal. thereafter
Range: 550 / 850 nm
Note: Performance figures above are estimates based on standard information and may vary depending on the specific aircraft, power settings, etc.



The PA-31 Navajo was certified by the FAA in 1966 and deliveries began in 1967.  In 1971, Piper introduced the Navajo B with improvements to the PA-31 featuring air conditioning and additional storage lockers in the rear part of extended nacelles.  In September 1972 Piper unveiled the PA-31-350 Navajo Chieftain, a stretched version of the Navajo B with more powerful engines and cocounter-rotating props to prevent critical engine handling problems.  The fuselage was lengthened by 2 feet, allowing for up to ten seats in total.

We've owned this 1974 Cheiftain for the last six years as our personal family airplane.  As such, it has been meticulously maintained with no expense spared.  It looks and flies great!








For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call Dave Mathiesen at 609.259.2400