1970 Piper Comanche 260-TC

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The Piper Comanche 260-TC is a light, single-engine, four-seat aircraft produced by Piper Aircraft. It was the first Comanche to be powered by a turbocharged engine and the most powerful model in the Comanche range. The 260-TC was powered by a Continental TSIO-520-C engine producing 310 hp. The aircraft was equipped with retractable landing gear and a constant-speed propeller. It had a maximum speed of 194 knots (222 mph) and a range of 1,020 nm. The aircraft also featured an eight-place oxygen system and a pressurized cabin. The 260-TC was designed to appeal to pilots who desired a higher performance aircraft than the normally aspirated Comanche models.


  • Total Time: 3762
  • Engine 1 Time: 1767 SMOH
  • Prop 1 Time: 25 SMOH
  • Avionics / Equipment
  • Garmin 430W
  • KX155
  • Garmin 335 transponder
  • Garmin GDL52 to Aera 660 for ADSB in
  • STC (Trio) GPS autopilot. Will fly GPS approaches, not ILS. Works GREAT! Installed a few months ago.
  • EI "engine monitor" with CHT and EGT for all cylinders. Digital oil temp monitor

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