Description of the engines:
Engine: Lycoming, IO-360-C1C
Engine Serial #: L -7896-51A
Engine HP: 200 HP
Engine Hours since Overhaul: 545.33 hrs.
Type of Overhaul: Major overhaul to new limits
Date of Overhaul: 4/12/1993
Field Overhaul-A&P 492443652
Prop Overhaul Date: 10/05/2003
Hours since Prop Overhaul: 163
King KMA-24 Audio Panel paired with a PS Engineering PM 1000 2 Place Intercom
Narco MK-12D Nav/Com 1 with Localizer and Glideslope
Narco MK-12D Nav/Com 2 with Localizer Only
Apollo GX-50 GPS,
King KN 64 DME,
King KT76A Transponder,
Garmin GDL82 ADS-B Out,
Piper Auto Control III with Altitude Hold,
King KR 86 ADF
Additional Equipment & Modifications:
Insight GEM 602 Engine Monitor,
Dual Push to Talk,
Left side Pilot seat articulating,
Stainless Steel Screw kit,
LoPresti Speed Merchants Hub Caps,
LoPresti Speed Merchants Wing tips with Recognition Lights,
Ground Power Plug,
Insight Strike finder SF-2000 – INOP,
FAR 91.411 and 91.413 Pitot Static/Transponder Certification good through April 2024
The interior is in great condition, the seats look almost new and have red leather trim. There is one slight tear in the seam on the rear passenger seat. The headliner has some small stains near the front and the paint is flaking around off around the main door and cargo door. The carpet is all intact and looks almost new. There are no cracks in the dash and it looks great. The chrome below the armrests shows sign of wear.
The exterior is in great condition, the paint looks almost new. There is no evidence of corrosion and almost no hangar rash. The glass is tinted and very clear however there is 1 small crack in the left rear window.
View N509DB Logbooks:
Next Annual Date: 5/01/2023
Useful Load: 1,000.02lbs.
Useable Fuel: 48 Gallons
Complete and in excellent condition
We acquired this aircraft from the gentleman that purchased it from us about a year ago. He used it to get his certificate and is upgrading to a bigger plane for his family.
In May, 1975 the aircraft was involved in a hard landing when the pilot failed to initiate a go around. The aircraft landed in a turf area adjacent to the runway and suffered a prop strike.
In Flight Report:
“The aircraft did great! Everything worked with the exception of the Storm Scope. The plane flew hands off and trimmed out great. The battery was strong, and I did not notice any oil consumption during the 6-hour flight back to Kokomo. This will make someone a great plane!” Josh,Pilot
N509DB. 1971 Piper Arrow PA-28R-200, Low airframe time, Low prop time, Great Paint and Interior, ADS-B Out. Look at this low time Piper Arrow that just went on the market. This aircraft was always hangared and properly maintained by the previous owner. With 5 hours of fuel onboard it can get you anywhere you need to go.
Aircraft Total Time: 2,492.58 Hours