Year: 1995 S O L D
Model: PA-46-350P Mirage
1,584.3 Total Time, 613.6 SMOH, '0' since teardown and test cell by G&N (Lycoming TSIO-540-AE2A, ‘0’ since Prop Overhaul (4 Bladed MT). Date of Manufacture 1-31-95 Fresh Annual with Sale. Fresh Altimeter/Static/Transponder IFR Certification with sale. Fresh 500, 1000 & 7 Year Inspections. Original Airframe and Engine Logs
Digital King Package: KFC-150 Autopilot with F/D and Yaw Damp. King KAS-297 Altitude Alerting and Pre-Select. King EHSI-40 EFIS H.S.I., GNS-530W WAAS, Copilot KCS-55A H.S.I., Garmin GDL-69 XM Weather, WX-500 Stormscope, KMA-24 Audio Panel, KX-165 Nav-Com, KN-63 DME with Nav switching, KT-71 Transponder, KR-87 ADF, KRA-10 Radar Altimeter, KI-209 Nav Indicator, PM-1000 6 place Intercom, RDR-2000 Weather Radar.
Known Ice with Glass Windshield, Shadin Mini-Flow Fuel Computer, Precise Flight Speedbrakes, Full Co-Pilot Instruments, Electronics International Digital T.I.T., True Airspeed Indicators,
Maintenance Summary & History
2. Last Compression:
3. Component Overhaul /
4. Scheduled Maintenance:
5. Engine Service Bulletins Complied With:
6. Airframe Service Bulletins Complied With:
SB’s 961, 964A, 982, 985, 990, 994, 995, 999, 1000, 1012, 1014, 1017, 1018, 1020, 1021, 1034, 1041, 1054, 1062, 1075A(1), 1103C, 1140, 1180A, 1190A, 1192, 1193, 1258 (Orange Vent Valves)
7. Service Letters Complied With:
SL’s 1431, 1057, 1097, 1069, SIL-35-123
8. AD Compliance Summary:
Current at time of Sale
9. Repair History
Wing repair. Right wing sustained significant damage during an off field landing. Plane was repaired at Hov-Aire in Three Rivers Michigan, a well known repair facility that has repaired over 125 Piper PA-46 series aircraft since 1985.
Aircraft experienced an engine failure on July 5, 2013 and made an off airport landing in a farm field near Napanee, IN. Following is the NTSB narrative:
Accident/Incident): On July 5, 2013, about 1230 eastern daylight time, a Piper PA-46-350P airplane, N502EU, was substantially damaged during a forced landing following a loss of engine power during cruise flight near Nappanee, Indiana. The pilot was not injured. The airplane was operated by the pilot under the provisions of 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 91 as a personal flight. Visual meteorological conditions prevailed for the flight, which was operated on an instrument flight rules flight plan. The flight had departed from the Elkhart Municipal Airport (EKM), Elkhart, Indiana. The intended destination was the Indianapolis Executive Airport (TYQ), Indianapolis, Indiana. The pilot reported that the takeoff and climb out were uneventful. However, upon leveling at the assigned cruise altitude of 8,000 feet mean sea level, the engine lost power. He subsequently executed a forced landing to a field located about 4 miles north-northwest of Nappanee, Indiana.
Factory original Gray Leather Interior. Gray leather sidewalls, Seats and headliner. Gray tweed carpet. Gray Cabinets, Excellent writing table, The Boeing tan Instrument panel is clean and crisp with none of the typical smudging or wear. Interior condition is a strong ‘8.5’ on a 10 scale.
Factory original IMRON in overall White (6538), Blue (5240) and Red Accent (77968). Paint doesn’t show much deterioration. Overall condition strong ‘8.5’ on 10 scale.
This entry level Mirage needs nothing to immediately start flying and provide years of service. It presents as an extremely attractive airplane with WAAS, Low airframe and engine time, Radar, XM Weather, Stormscope, Fuel computer, Glass windshield, MT Prop, Speedbrakes, EFIS and pretty paint and Interior. The damage was repaired by the premier Malibu repair facility in the world. This is a terrific Mirage.
Note: Engine received all new pistons, rings, bearings and many overhauled accessories at teardown.
Subject to prior sale or withdrawal from market. Specifications and or descriptions are provided as introductory information. They do not constitute warranties of Cody F Welch & Associates Inc. Accordingly, you should rely on your inspection of the aircraft.