1961 Piper PA-24-250 Comanche

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The Piper PA-24 Comanche is a four-seat, single-engine light aircraft developed in the 1950s. It was produced by the Piper Aircraft Corporation until 1972. The PA-24-250 Comanche is a variant of the Comanche that was equipped with a 250 horsepower engine. It was introduced in 1960 and was produced until 1972. The Comanche was known for its sleek, aerodynamic design and good performance. It was popular with private pilots and was used for a variety of purposes, including personal flying, business travel, and flight training.

Here are the specifications for the PA-24-250 Comanche:

  • Wing span: 35 ft 2 in
  • Length: 24 ft 8 in
  • Height: 8 ft 6 in
  • Empty weight: 1,610 lb
  • Max takeoff weight: 2,500 lb
  • Cruise speed: 180 mph
  • Range: 730 miles
  • Engine: Lycoming O-540-A1A5, 250 horsepower

Note that these specifications may vary slightly depending on the specific model and configuration of the aircraft.


  • Total Time: 4467
  • McCauley 3-blade Black Mac
  • 90 gal optional fuel capacity
  • Pilot toe brakes
  • Bogert copper battery cables and battery box
  • 50 Amp alternator
  • Metco Aire wing tips
  • Sky Tech lightweight starter
  • Garmin GMA-340 audio/intercom
  • GNS-430W (recently repaired/updated)
  • KX-170B NavCom
  • Narco DME-190 digital
  • Century 2000 autopilot
  • Century NSD-360A HSI
  • GTX-327 transponder (recent Garmin repair)
  • KDM-700 engine monitor
  • Fuel Scan 450
  • Uavionix wing light ADS-B out
  • Gear down alert system STC
  • New manifold pressure gage and airspeed indicator

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