General Specs

For Sale





Kokomo, IN USA

General Specs


1,784 SNEW



Additional Classifications

Detailed Description

N13378. 1974 CESSNA 172M/180HP Penn Yan Superhawk Conversion. TT 6062, 1784 SFOH. King KMA 24 Audio PAnel with 4 place intercom, Garmin Color/Moving Map GPS 400, Cessna ADF (INOP), & More!

Avionics / Equipment

King KMA 24 Audio Panel with 4 Place Intercom
King KX-155 Nav/Com 1 Localizer and Glide Slope
King KX-155 Nav/Com 2 Localizer and Glide Slope 
Garmin Color/Moving Map GPS 400 
King KT-76A Mode C Transponder 
Century 1 Single Axis Autopilot 
Cessna 300 ADF (INOP)
 IFR Certification Good through February 2019

Additional Equipment & Modifications:
Dual Push to Talk
Horton STOL Kit 
Javelin Auxiliary 18 Gallon Aft Fuel Tank
Electronics International Digital Volt/Ammeter
Precise Flight Standby Vacuum Pump
Rosen Sun Visors 
40 Degree Flaps 
Exhaust Gas Temperature Gauge 
UMA Instrument Lighting with Dimmer Switch 
Dual Shoulder Harnesses 
Fuel Steps 
Wing Tip Strobes 
Avionics Master Switch 
Vernier Mixture Control 
Wheel Pants


Aircraft Total Time:  6,062 Hours

Engines / Mods

Engine: Lycoming O-360-A4M 
Engine Serial #: L-36872-36A
Engine HP: 180HP
Engine Hours Since Overhaul: 1,784.2
Type of Overhaul: Factory New Engine 
Date of Overhaul: June 10th, 1999
Overhaul Shop: Textron Lycoming 

Prop Overhaul Date: New Prop on November 24th, 1999

Interior / Exterior

Exterior Condition: 
The exterior is finished in a very nice base white with a lighter blue trim. The paint is in great shape and shines very nicely! 

Interior Condition: 
The interior has been recently refurbished with all the plastics re-worked, new carpet, and seat covers installed. The interior looks very nice.


Next Annual Date:  March 1st, 2018
Useful Load: 1,042.22lbs  
Useable Fuel: 38 Gallons with an additional 18 Gallon Aft Auxiliary Fuel Tank
Logbook Condition: Complete and Well Detailed Since New 

Ownership History: This aircraft started its life out in Texas. It was based in the Dallas region for about 20 years. It was then moved to Pennsylvania where it spent the remainder of the time. The owner we purchased the plane from used the airplane for traveling to North and South Carolina. He owned the airplane for about 10 years. His sons shared the passion of flying with him. They were becoming older and had moved away. He decided to part ways with the aircraft and decided renting would be the better option for him.

Damage History: No known or Documented Damage History 

In Flight Report: “This 172 is quite the performer! The Horton STOL Kit paired with the 180HP conversion made the performance second to none. The aircraft left the ground in under 500ft! The cruise speed was also better than a standard 172M. All of the equipment and autopilot was functioning properly on the 5 hour trip back to Kokomo. I would not hesitate to fly this aircraft to California and back. I was extremely pleased with how well this aircraft performed.” Jon, Pilot

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