Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee
REDUCED TO SELL!
Planned as a replacement for Piper’s high-wing rag-and-tube Colt, the Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee arrived early in 1964. The all-metal, low-wing aircraft was primarily intended for use as a trainer, competing with the Cessna 150. The entry-level Cherokee 140 has a reputation for reliability and easy handling.
VH-CWF offers mid-range engine time and impressively low propeller hours. Sporting an original instrument panel and a tidy interior, this aircraft is perfect for training, private flying or hour building.
Primary (engine / propeller 1)
Standard Piper avionics, Bendix King KY97A TSO VHF Comm with standby, Standby VHF Com II A, Narco AT150 TSO Mode C transponder (U/S), Garmin GPS 100, TX 3200 UHF radio, Collins 400 TSO audio panel, ADF, Beacon light, NAV light, Landing light, Instrument lighting, E.I.Inc digital oil pressure and temp, AC-2EX intercom.
e.g towbar, aircraft cover
Sea Level @ 75% power