||This is an IFR equipped Saratoga II HP. A rare, extremely well equipped aircraft. Originally UK Registered, now Belgium based and FAA N-Registered.
Airplane time state
TTAF 2067 Hrs
300HP Lycoming IO-540-K1G5
Engine S/No L-25921-48A
SB566 checked and N/A
Engine started in-service 1/Feb/1997
Magnetos overhauled July/2017
Electric fuel pump renewed 15/July/2008
Mixture cable replaced Jan/2018
1345:06 Hrs Hartzell HC-13YR-1RF/ 3-blade
Prop S/No: HK127A
Last propeller overhaul TT 721:54 17/Oct/2002
CSU overhauled Jan/2018
||Chestnut leather seats. Club seating.
||White top over Dark Blue bottom with Blue and Gold twin and accent stripes. Stainless steel cowl fasteners. Light have been upgraded to LED.
||Garmin GTN650 Touch Screen NAV/8.33COM/GPS
Garmin GNC255 NAV/COM
King KR87 ADF w/KI-227 Slaved Indicator
ASPEN PFD 1000 EHSI & King KI-206 No2 GS
King KN62A DME
King KT73 Mode S Transponder
King FC150 Autopilot w/Flight Director & Altitude Hold (Coupled)
Aspen 1000 PDF Evolution EFIS w/EA 1000 Autopilot Interface
Garmin Flight Stream 110/210 Wireless Connectivity w/Mini iPad included
SIGMA-TEK Mid-Continent 5000B-37 STANDBY AI
Insight SF2000 Strikefinder Ligthing Detection
PS Engineering PMA 7000B Audio Panel w/Markers & 6-Place Intercom
Ameri-King AK 451-21 ELT
Flightcom DVR Digital Voice Recorder/Clock
Insight G4 Engine Monitor
Aspen Angle of Attack Indicator
||Annual Inspection valid to 30/Apr/2019
FAR Transponder 91.411 next due Jan/2020
FAR 91.413 Pitot/Static check next due Jan/2020
FAR 91.207 ELT Battery Due 31/5/2020
Factory corrosion proofed
New RG24-11M PremiumConcordeAircraftBattery Jan/18
An iPadMini is an inherrent part of the IFR equipment and is included in the sale.
Originally sold new in February 1997 by the then UK Piper Distributor. The first owner soon upgraded to a larger aircraft, and what was at the time G-LLTT was sold to the 2nd owner in November 1997. In time, the 2nd owner moved to a new Saratoga TC and the Piper Distributor then Brokered the sale to the last owner and his partner in November 1999 who soon after converted it to the FAA Register as N123AX on 20/Mar/2000 at TT 333 Hours. One partner then stopped flying and sold his share to the other who rarely used the aircraft and decided to sell it to the current owner.
In the current ownership, the aircraft has been the subject of a superb avionics upgrade and now sits up there with the best of its type.
NOTES FROM THE OWNER:
"A top overhaul has been done (due to detonation which blew a whole in the exhaust resulting in overheated exhaust valve). Finally we choose to do a complete top overhaul. This should have bought an extra 800hr engine time (cf compressions etc). Budget for this was EUR€25K.
Also, an investment in EUR€36K has been done in new avionics early 2016."
Comps at 2018 Annual: 74-74-74-76-78-76