1981 Piper Seminole

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The Piper Seminole is a twin-engine light aircraft produced by Piper Aircraft. It was introduced in 1978 as an updated version of the Piper Cherokee Six. The Seminole is powered by two Lycoming IO-360-C1E6 engines, each producing 180 hp. It has a top speed of 155 knots and a range of 563 nautical miles. The aircraft has a maximum takeoff weight of 3,800 lbs and can carry up to four people. The aircraft has an average fuel burn rate of 16 to 18 gallons per hour. It is considered a great choice for training and personal use.


  • Total Time: 4800
  • Engine 1 Time: 25 SMOH
  • Engine 2 Time: 25 SMOH
  • Prop 1 Time: 25 SMOH
  • Prop 2 Time: 25 SMOH

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