1976 Piper Aztec PA-23F

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The Piper PA-23F Aztec is a twin-engined light aircraft produced by Piper Aircraft. It is a six-seat, low-wing, twin-engine monoplane, powered by two Lycoming IO-540-K1G5 engines. It was introduced in 1970 and had a maximum speed of 212 knots (245mph) and a range of 1,350 nautical miles (1,560mi). It was equipped with retractable tricycle landing gear, and had a large cabin with seating for six people in a club configuration. It also featured large double cargo doors and a rear cargo compartment, making it a popular choice for corporate and charter operators. The PA-23F was the last of the Aztec variants, and was built until 1982, when production was stopped due to declining demand.


  • Total Time: 5301 hrs
  • Engine(s)
  • Lycoming IO-540-C4B5
  • Serial Number: L-10380-48 / L-13731-48
  • Hours SMOH: 1916.8 / 1103.6
  • HSI/Overhaul Due: 1000/2000; 1000/2000
  • Avionics
  • Garmin G5 DG/HSI
  • Garmin GTX-330ES Transponder w/ TIS
  • Garmin GMA 340 Audio Panel
  • JPI 760 Digital Eng Monitors
  • Garmin 530W Nav/Com/GPS
  • Shadin Fuel Flow
  • Garmin 430W Nav/Com/GPS
  • ADS-B
  • Garmin GDL 69A XM Weather
  • Long Range Fuel Tanks
  • PMA 450B Radio

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