1981 Piper PA-38 Tomahawk used

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The Piper PA-38 Tomahawk is a two-seater, single-engine airplane that was primarily used for flight training. It was first produced in 1979 and was popular among flight schools due to its simplicity and low operating costs. The Tomahawk was powered by a four-cylinder Lycoming engine and had a top speed of around 122 mph. It was equipped with a fixed tricycle landing gear and had a range of around 400 miles. The Tomahawk was discontinued in 1982, but many are still used today for training and personal flying.


  • Total Time: 3406
  • Engine:
  • 843.22 hours SMOH
  • Lycoming 0-235-L2C, four-cylinder, normally aspirated, carbureted engine, 112 HP
  • 2,400-hour TBO, new muffler and pipes installed 09/20.
  • Currently running on Aeroshell 15W50 oil.
  • Propeller:
  • Sensenich 72" all metal, fixed-pitch propeller with composite backplate.
  • uAvonix ADS-B out taillight beacon transmitter
  • King KX-170B NAV/COM/VOR VHF Aviation Band Transceiver
  • Bendix King KT76A Mode C Transponder
  • King KI-208 VOR/LOC Indicator
  • Datcon Analog Hour Meter
  • Workman Quartz Electronic Panel mounted watch clock
  • Telex TC200 COM Panel
  • AirPath C2300 lighted, liquid-filled magnetic compass
  • Narco LRN 820 LORAN Receiver (INOP).

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