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1975 Piper Turbo Aztec E


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The Aztec was introduced in 1960 and quickly got the well deserved reputation of being a work-horse aircraft.  The parallel valve Lycoming  is legendary for its heartiness, typically running well past 2000 hours when a well built engine is treated well, even in the case of turbo-charged engines. 
 
The modern Turbo Aztecs are equipped with a Turbo-Supercharged Lycoming TIO-540-C1A  (replacing the early Turbo's quirky turbo-normalized system which even had a separate turbo-oil system which used automotive oil!).  Installation of the -C1A engines started mid production in the D model Turbo Aztecs, with all the Turbo Aztec E and F models equipped with the -C1A engines.

N600MP was belly landed in 1997 (pilot failure to extend gear), with the engines overhauled since the incident by G&N.  These engines have a great history and should be ready to go for many hundreds of hours from here.  This plane is a very capable, old school IFR cross-country machine that can haul six adults comfortably!  With recent paint, interior and glass it is a clean and comfortable plane.  Boots and turbos to get you through and keep you out of the ice!

N600MP is not based here at the Longmont Vance Brand Airport - please call to arrange a viewing.  All specifications are believed to be correct but are subject to verification by buyer.





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1975 Piper Turbo Aztec E

27-7554035

N600MP


Engine Log (Left)

Aircraft Log #1

Engine Log (Right)

Prop Log (Left)

Aircraft Log #2

Prop Log (Right)



Aircraft Log #3

        • Approximately 5320 Hours Total Time Since New
        • Belly landed in 1997, fully and professionally repaired, engines both major overhauled since.
        • Logs appear to be complete and sequential
        • Useful Load xxxx lb.
        • Excellent maintenance history


        Optional Equipment:

        • De-ice Boots
        • Propeller de-ice
        • Windshield Hot Plate
        • Long Range Fuel (190 Gal)
        • Factory Oxygen (Six Place)

                      
                        Avionics:


        • Bendix-King RDR-160 Radar (Couples well with Avidyne MFD)
        • King KY-196 Comm #1
        • King KNS-80 RNav/DME  #1
        • King KX-165 Nav/Comm  #2
        • Century / Piper Altimatic IIIC Autopilot  with Altitude Hold, Altitude Preselect, Full approach coupling and electric trim
        • King KMA-20 Audio Panel  with Marker Beacon
        • King KT-76A Transponder
        • King KR-85 ADF
        • Apollo 612B Loran (INOP)
        • Shadin Digital Fuel Management
        • True Airspeed Indicator
        • Co-pilot's Attitude Indicator



Engines & Propellers

Left Engine

  • Lycoming TIO-540-C1A (2000 Hour Recomended TBO)
  • 1918 Hours Since Major Overhaul by G&N (1998)
  • Factory New Lycoming Cylinders Installed at Major OH
  • Compressions were 77-79/80 at last annual inspection
  • No cylinders have been off this engine since the Major OH
  • Very low oil consumption
  • 567 Hours Since Prop Overhaul

Right Engine

  • Lycoming TIO-540-C1A (2000 Hour Recomended TBO)
  • 1918  Hours Since Major Overhaul by G&N (1998)
  • Factory New Lycoming Cylinders Installed at Major OH
  • Compressions were 77-79/80 at last annual inspection
  • No cylinders have been off this engine since the Major OH
  • Very low oil consumption
  • 567 Hours Since Prop Overhaul






Paint & Interior

Aircraft was fully stripped, chromate primed and repainted in mid 2000 with Jet-Glow Creamy White base and Burgundy and Bronze accents.  Camlocs were replaced with new stainless parts. Paint condition shows how well kept this Aztec is, verifying that it has spent little time parked outside.  All glass was replaced in 2000 previous to paint is in excellent condition. 






Interior carpet was redone in 2000, including lower side panel carpeting.  Leather borders on seats were re-dyed in 2000, with Black leather seating with grey fabric faces. Interior rates a conservative 7+/10 per the book, or what most call an 8/10.





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Phone: 303-503-8356
Fax: 303-413-9728
email: Kent@Larson-Aircraft.com
Physical Location:
Longmont - Vance Brand Airport (KLMO)
229 Airport Rd.
Longmont, CO 80503
Mailing Address:
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PO Box 19641
Boulder, CO 80308

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