Saturday, April 23, 2016

Piper Seneca; PA-34-200, N15068: Nose gear collapsed on landing, resulting in a double prop strike













http://registry.faa.gov/N15068

AIRCRAFT:   1972 PA-34-200 Piper Seneca; N15068; S/N: 34-7350008

ENGINE:       Left:             Lycoming IO-360-C1E6; S/N: L-29964-51A

Right:           Lycoming IO-360-C1E6; S/N: L-188-67A

Propeller:       Left:             Hartzell HC-C2YR-2CF4G; S/N: AV4075

Right:           Hartzell HC-C2YR-2CLF4G; SN: AV4178

APPROXIMATE TOTAL HOURS (estimated Times from logbooks or other information):

ENGINE:       Left: TSMO: 1850

Right: TSMO: 1850

Propeller:       Left: TSPO: 1428

Right: TSPO: 1428

AIRFRAME:  TT: 8199      

OTHER EQUIPMENT: Basic with some instruments missing. See photos.

DESCRIPTION OF ACCIDENT:  The nose gear collapsed on landing, resulting in a double prop strike.

DESCRIPTION OF DAMAGES:    Props, Nose, engines.  

LOCATION OF AIRCRAFT:   Air Transport, Phoenix, AZ.

REMARKS:  Sold AS IS/WHERE IS. Aircraft is disassembled and ready for transport.

Read more here:   http://www.avclaims.com

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