The Aircraft For Sale team picks unique, good value, or interesting airplanes to feature on FLYINGMag.com. The top pick is a 1981 Piper PA-28-236 Dakota, an aircraft designed to compete with the Cessna 182 Skylane. It has a large cargo capacity, a Lycoming O-540-J3A5D engine, Hartzell propeller, and a Garmin GTN 650 GPS nav/com. Priced at $219,000 on AircraftForSale, financing is available through FLYING Finance. With 2,860 hours on the airframe, this brawny aircraft is perfect for pilots needing a flying utility vehicle for their missions. For more information, email [email protected]
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Introducing our top pick of the day at Aircraft For Sale – a 1981 Piper PA-28-236 Dakota. This muscular airplane is a testament to Piper’s design prowess and competitive spirit in the GA market. If you’re a fan of low-wing aircraft or have a need for a heavy-lifting vehicle, then you’re in luck.
Fun fact: In response to Cessna’s 172, Piper rolled out the original PA-28s, resulting in a series of single and twin-engine airplanes designed to compete with specific rivals in the GA market.
The PA-28-236 Dakota, with its ability to carry heavy loads, could be just the aircraft you’re looking for. The model is equipped with an array of avionics, including a Garmin GTN 650 GPS nav/com and a King KMA 24 audio panel. With 2,860 hours on the airframe and 850 hours on its Lycoming O-540-J3A5D engine, this aircraft is rugged and ready to take on your missions.
Any takers for this flying utility at the price of $219,000? Contact AircraftForSale for details, and make sure to check out the daily Top Pick at FLYINGMag.com.
Fun fact: The Dakota is the follow-on to the Cherokee 235 Pathfinder, with the addition of the tapered wing.
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