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1980 Piper Turbo Saratoga SP

$174,900

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  • $174,900
N8214E was refurbished 1,050 hours ago to the highest standards and it has been very well maintained and in a hanger in Austin Texas where it currently lives. Please call today to setup a demonstration.

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Year: 1980
Make: Piper
Model: Turbo Saratoga SP
Registration: N8214E
Time: Only 3905 Hours Since New
Engine: Only 1051 Hours Since Major Overhaul to Factory NEW Limits with NEW Cylinders Overhauled by Signature Engines with a Fresh Turbo Charger Overhaul
Prop: Only 1051 Hours Since Overhaul (3-Blade Hot Prop)
Annual: Due May 2019
Ifr: Due May 2020

Exterior: We removed all necessary control surfaces, the inspection panels, the wing, elevator and rudder tips. All the exterior plastic or fiberglass was inspected. We replaced anything we could not restore to like new condition. Next, we stripped off the old paint down to the bare aluminum, including the door frames. Then we cleaned, prepped, and primed all surfaces. The final paint coat was applied in a dust-free environment, where we used the Sherwin Williams Jet-Glo process. The control surfaces were re-balanced and installed with new hardware. All other external hardware was replaced with stainless steel. All exterior rubber seals were replaced. New glass was installed and the windows were sealed to prevent leakage.. This new classy paint job is in Matterhorn White with Black Velvet Base and Las Vegas Gold stripes. We added a beautiful finishing touch with the numbers shaded in Las Vegas Gold. We painted N8214E 1051 hours ago it's been hangered and it still looks GREAT!!!


Interior: We removed the complete interior and examined it for corrosion. We cleaned and treated any that was found. We inspected all interior plastic, and made any repairs or replaced it with new materials. The window trim was dyed to match the interior of the aircraft. The headliner was cleaned and re-dyed. The seatbelts were color coordinated to match the interior. We installed a new interior placard kit, and new carpeting throughout. We fashioned new side panels with new hardware to fit and look like they did from the factory. We padded and covered the armrests in a matching material. We performed a mechanical and structural inspection of the seat frames, and repaired them as necessary. Also, we painted the seat frames to match the interior. We re-worked the foam and the seat webbing so they’re conducive to lumbar and thigh support. We installed new windlace cord on doors, along with all new door seals. We find that makes for a quite cabin. The color is a rich medium tan which we outfitted in this aircraft. It’s a perfect compliment to the side panels and the cut-pile carpeting in beige. This Turbo Saratoga SP features club seating. We installed the interior 1051 hours ago and still looks GREAT!!

Avionics: Garmin 340 Audio Panel with 6 Place Intercom and Music Input
Garmin 530W IFR GPS NAV COM
King KCS 55a Slaved HSI
Garmin 430W IFR GPS NAV COM
Garmin GI 106a Glideslope
Garmin GTX 327 Digital Transponder
Garmin 496 Panel Dock GPS with NEXRAD Weather
Insight Engine Monitor


Autopilot: Century IIIC with Altitude Hold, Vertical Speed, Auto Trim, Heading Bug,WAAS and ILS Coupling(It will fly a coupled approach)


Features: FACTORY AIR CONDITIONING!!
Turbo Plus Intercooler Cowling
Complete Logs Since New
No Known Corrosion Problems
External Power Plug
Dual Push to Talk Switches
Outside Air Temperature Gauge
Wing Tip Strobes
Avionics Master Switch
Electric Trim
Vertically Adjustable Crew Seats
Heated Pitot
Alternate Static Source

Hail Damage Repair by Beagles One of The Top Shops In The Country For Hail Repair


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Price: $174,900.00

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