Year: 1994 SOLD
Make: Piper PA-46
Model: Mirage N92358
1,891.1 Total Time. TIO-540-AE2A 350HP Engine (Serial # L9748-61A) with 684.8 SFNEW. '0' Since G&N Teardown. 400 Since New Prop (4 Bladed MT Composite Prop). Original and Complete Logs, February 91.411 and 91.413 Checks. Useful Load 1,230.5. Date of Manufacture: 10-22-93. Annual October 2012
NEW ASPEN PRO PFD with Garmin 530 WAAS, Garmin GDL-69 XM Weather, King KAP-150 Autopilot KSC-55A H.S.I. on Co-pilot panel, KAS-297B Altitude Alerter and Pre-select and KC-291 Yaw Damper. KLN-90A backup GPS, King KR-87 ADF, KT-71 Transponder, King KY-196A Com, KN-53 Nav, Dual Glideslopes, KI-206 Nav Indicator, KEA-130A Encoding Altimeter, PS Engineering PM-1000 Intercom, KMA-24 Audio Panel, Bendix RDR-2000 Weather Radar, WX-950 Stormscope, Ground Clearance switch.
Certified for Flight in Known Icing
140 Gallon Fuel
Whelan Strobe Lighting System
Saber Halon Extinguisher
Copilot Electric Trim
Piper Fuel Computer
Maintenance Summary & History
October 2012 Annual
2. Last Compression:
74,74,73,74,75,74 November 2009
3. Component Overhaul /
4. Scheduled Maintenance:
5. Engine Service Bulletins Complied With:
All Mandatory Bulletins complied with at Sale. Factory New Crankshaft, New Connecting Rod Bearings. Lycoming SB's 521, 531 SSP-302-2 c/w. Lycoming SSP600 c/w.
6. Airframe Service Bulletins Complied With:
High Level of Service Bulletin Compliance.
7. Service Letters Complied With:
8. AD Compliance Summary:
9. Repair History
This aircraft has had two off airport landings. Both repairs by the same shop.
#1: Aircraft experienced a wheels-up off field landing on a highway which resulted in damage repair by Hov-Aire of Vicksburg, MI. Hov-Aire is the premier Malibu/Mirage repair facility in the World-having done over 100 aircraft.
NTSB Summary: Accident/Incident Occurred on: 2006-01-20
Narrative: (-23) VIA FLIGHT PNS A/C DEPARTED FOLEY, AL ENROUTE TO BHM OVER BEACH AREA - APPROX. 15 MINUTES INTO FLIGHT ENGINE QUIT WITHOUT WARNING. PILOT EXECUTED EMERGENCY GEAR UP LANDING ON HWY - MINIMUM DAMAGE SUSTAINED TO A/C, NO INJURIES REPORTED. ^PRIVACY DATA OMITTED^
Workscope included replacement of belly skins, ribs & stringers plus minor left wing repair.
#2 Aircraft made an off field landing in a snow covered field in a Minneapolis suburb on 12-10-10. Repairs by same personnel as above. Repairs involved replacing the wing, 1 fuselage skin, bottom entrance door, 1 skin on Left flap, L main gear assy, 1 entire cowling an extensive engine teardown inspection by G&N and a replacement prop. Please see the following NTSB narrative: NTSB Identification: CEN11LA117
14 CFR Part 91: General Aviation
Accident occurred Saturday, December 18, 2010 in Lake Elmo, MN
Probable Cause Approval Date: 07/21/2011
Aircraft: PIPER PA-46-350P, registration: N92358
Injuries: 2 Minor.
About an hour after takeoff the airplane was in cruise flight at 16,500 feet mean sea level (msl) when the pilot heard a loud noise followed by a rapid cabin depressurization. The pilot rapidly descended to 10,500 feet msl. The pressurization stabilized and he continued to his destination airport. About 3 hours and 25 minutes after takeoff, the airplane was approaching the destination airport and was about 1,500 feet above ground level when the engine suddenly lost power. The pilot attempted to restart the engine by putting the mixture, propeller, and throttle controls full forward. He turned on the emergency fuel pump and engaged the starter button, but the engine did not start. The pilot executed a forced landing at night to a field that had about 2 - 2.5 feet of snow in it. During the landing roll, the left wing separated from the fuselage. The inspection of the airplane revealed that the right wing fuel tank was empty. The left wing fuel tank was intact and appeared to be full of fuel. The fuel selector was found on the left tank. The pilot reported that he was certain that he had switched tanks sometime during the climb, but was not certain if he had switched tanks after that. The pilot reported that the loss of engine power was the result of fuel starvation.
The National Transportation Safety Board determines the probable cause(s) of this accident as follows:
The pilot's improper fuel management which resulted in the loss of engine power due to fuel starvation. Contributing to the accident was the distraction of the cabin depressurization.
Factory Original Light Brown Leather. Pristine condition. Brown and Gray Leather lower sidewalls, Tan Tweed sidewall fabric Tan wool tweed Carpet. Crew Seats with headrests and lumbar supports.
6 place interior shoulder harnesses, Cabin lighting group, courtesy lighting group. Pull down passenger window shades. Excellent cabinetry.
This interior is an '8'.
Recent 4 Color Polyurethane by Hov-Aire. White Upper with Clarette Red Lower and featuring Gold and Black 'Feather' Accent Stripes.
Despite it's history this is a very nice '94 Mirage. Subject to prior sale or withdrawal from market. Specifications subject to buyers verification.