Piper introduced the Cherokee 140 in 1964 as a 140 hp version of the Cherokee 150, fitted with two seats for use as a trainer. In the following year, it was made available as the Cherokee 140-4 with two rear seats and the engine re-rated at 150 hp and a 200 lb gross weight increase. In either form, the Cherokee 140 makes an ideal personal aircraft.
This is a good training/entry level aircraft benefitting from conversion to a Centurion 2.0 Diesel giving the advantage of economy, performance... More Info
Engine Lycoming O-320-D3G- sn: L13037-39A- TT: 4219- TSOH: 2021 Overhauled by Mecanair SA in July 97- Propeller Sensenich 74DM6-0-60- sn A41227-... More Info