1975 Piper Navajo Chieftain

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The Piper Navajo Chieftain is a light twin-engine aircraft produced by Piper Aircraft from 1974 to 1982. It was designed to be a larger, more powerful version of the popular Piper Navajo. The aircraft was equipped with two Lycoming IO-540-K1G5 engines and had a maximum takeoff weight of 5,100 lbs. It had a range of up to 1,100 nm and was capable of cruising at speeds up to 175 kts. The Chieftain also featured a retractable tricycle landing gear, increased fuel capacity, and larger windows. The aircraft was used for both personal and business travel, as well as for air ambulance and cargo transport.


  • Total Time: 12200
  • Engine(s):
  • Left 640 SMOH
  • Right 1550 SMOH
  • Prop(s):
  • Left 488 SPOH
  • Right 488 SPOH
  • Avionics:
  • Garmin 530 WAAS GPS
  • Garmin GTX 327 Digital Transponder
  • Bendix/King KMA-24 Audio Panel
  • Bendix/King KY-196A Digital Com
  • Bendix/King KX-175B Com/Nav
  • Bendix/King KR-87 ADF
  • Bendix/King KNS-80 DME
  • Bendix IN-152A Weather Radar
  • Additional Options:
  • Heated Windshield
  • Crew Door
  • Executive Cabinetry
  • Prop De-Ice
  • Dual Push To Talk Buttons
  • Avionics Master

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