Piper TriPacer Tri Pacer N8029C PA-22

Piper TriPacer Tri Pacer N8029C PA-22

$29,900.00

Description

Piper Tri Pacer for sale by Kraemer Aviation on the Flymall.


The aircraft is located at the Martin State Airport
Baltimore Maryland USA

Address for direction driving are:
701 WILSON PT RD
BALTIMORE, MD 21220


Click here for airport details



The closest airline airports are: KHGR, KBWI, KIAD, KDCA


The owner is asking $29,900.00 USD for the aircraft. Feel free to make an offer.






It is the responsibility of the buyer to verify that all equipment is working to their satisfaction. The listing of avionics or other equipment does not necessarily mean that the equipment is working. Kraemer Aviation, Flymall.org, or the broker does not perform any inspections or operational test to any aircraft, avionics, or other equipment prior to listing the aircraft for sale. All aircraft are sold as is, where is.
Equipment Specifications
Year1954
ManufacturerPiper
ModelTri Pacer
Serial Number22-2216
Registration NumberN8029C
LocationMiddle River, Maryland
ConditionUsed
Total Time3053
Flight RulesVFR
Detailed Information
Detailed Description
The PA-20 Pacer and PA-22 Tri-Pacer are a family of four-place, strut braced, high-wing light aircraft that were built by Piper Aircraft in the post-World War II period. The Pacer was essentially a four-place version of the two-place PA-17 Vagabond light aircraft. It features a steel tube fuselage and an aluminum frame wing, covered with fabric, much like Piper's most famous aircraft, the Cub and Super Cub. An aircraft prized for its ruggedness, spacious cabin, and, for its time, impressive speed, many Pacers continue to fly today.
Airframe
3053 TTAF

New battery installed August 7 2019

Nov 14 1969 - log entry stating that the wings were removed for recovering. The fuselage was also repainted at that time.
Engine Specs
Lycoming O-290-02
Serial Number 6947-21

3047 Total time
585 SMOH
40 Since a top overhaul

135 Horsepower



In 2008, Petersen Aviation (Minden NE 68959) 308-832-2200 converted the engine to use unleaded gasoline. However the current owner has never used auto gas in the aircraft
Prop(s)
Sensenich


Blade Design No M76AM-2
Blade Serial Number Numbers: 11724
Avionics/Radios
Narco Nav Com MK 12D TSO

New ADS-B Stratus System (synched w Foreflight)
Inspection Status
Last annual was completed May 2019. See log books below for details.
Today in Aviation History
December 15, 1952: Naval Research Laboratory scientists successfully fire Viking 9 at White Sands, NM. The Martin built liquid fueled rocket, first of a series of larger airframe Vikings, reaches a maximum altitude of 135 miles and a peak velocity of 5795 fps.