1975 Piper Aztec E :
Here is a low-time airframe Piper Aztec being offered at below its wholesale price! (The Aircraft Blue Book average retail value for this airplane is $90,500 with an actual wholesale value of $71,200.)
This Aztec‘s owner has owned this airplane for the past 20 years and is passing on the baton now due to health reasons. He has created a golden opportunity for someone to own a 6-passenger, twin-engine Aztec at a super low rock-bottom price !!
This is an "out-of-this-world" deal that should make anyone flip!
The airplane has a useful load of around 2,000 lbs. with plenty of elbow room inside. The "E" models were given a stretched fuselage and bigger nose with a larger baggage compartment with room for a radar. Plus, you will find a widened elevator for better performance at slower speeds.
This is a good airplane that just has not flown much recently. So, as you might expect, the airplane does need some cosmetic "TLC". Currently, it is an overall 7 in and 7 out, but it could easily be brought up to an 8 or better with a wash/wax, replacement glass, and new carpet.
The engines start right up and have another 250 hours before reaching their TBO‘s of 2,000 hours. N85RJ‘s annual inspection status expired last year. There would be new AD since that has to do with inspecting the flap control torque tube.
If you could picture this Aztec with a new paint job and overhauled engines on its already low-time airframe (down the road a bit), you would have more than DOUBLED your current investment! So, how‘s that for almost-FREE multi-engine flying?
Piper Aztec‘s, in general, are known to be reliable airplanes that are easy to maintain and are much sought after. In fact, they are also appreciating in value! The Spring 2005 edition of the Aircraft Blue Book saw this model‘s value increase by $9,000!!
This Aztec‘s owner is not asking for much here. In fact, he has already taken the "guess" work out of the airplane‘s pricing by providing a FIRM low price that both you and he can feel comfortable with. So, the first $65K takes it!
We will be happy to try to assist you in any way that we can with any arrangements that you may need. However, please understand that N85RJ is being sold "as-is, where is". Thank you.
Call Manny at AirplanesUSA (954)491-1700.
Details for N85RJ - 1975 Piper Aztec E
Reg.# N85RJ (The owner bought her because of this call sign! It was 1985. It was his birthday. He was with his new bride and he was inspired by the "RJ" ("Romeo & Juliet") since it was truly fitting of the moment!)
Serial # 27-7554127
3,650 Hours since new (low time!)
1,750 SMOH on Lycoming IO540C4B5‘s (250 HP each)
Props: 400 Hours since new! (Prop deice ready - just needs boots)
Retractable gear with a low number of cycles.
Annual inspection is due
Altimatic III 3-axis autopilot (heading, altitude, coupled approaches)
King radios (Com- KNA20, Nav- KR73 HSI, KN74 RNAV - Loran,ADF)
3-light marker beacon
Seats updated in 1995.
Lots of room for cargo / baggage.
Oxygen ready - tank in rear baggage compartment (just needs tubes)
Painted in 1994.
Extended elevator for better control at slower speeds
Damage History: All logbooks No damage history. Other / General: Electric Trim Located at North Perry Airport, Pembroke Pines, Florida 33023
No damage history.
Other / General:
Located at North Perry Airport, Pembroke Pines, Florida 33023