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  • 1966 CESSNA 320

    General Specs

    • For Sale
    • 1966
    • CESSNA 320
    • Not Listed
    • Not Listed
    • Tucson, AZ USA


    83800 $83,800 USD

    • (520) 664-7955
    • 5425 E Broadway Blvd


      Tucson, AZ 85711 USA

    83800 $83,800 USD

    General Specs (cont.)


    630 SFRM

    615 SFRM

    2200 lb




    Additional Classifications

    Detailed Description

    Low Time 1966 320-Skyknight, real “Cream Puff”!!  
    4300TT, 630 & 615 TSIO520’s from Continental, recent prop overhauls, all on an airframe that spent most of it’s time in dry country and hangared. 
    Paint 9, interior 10
    King radios & DME w/GS. Garmin GX55 GPS
    All instruments either new or overhauled, new oxygen system and bottle, heater overhaul, R-side turbo controller, waste gates, total exhaust A-D & new parts, as well as all normal maintenance done in the last two and three years. 
    Very nice 320, may be the nicest in the country!!
    Not flying enough to justify.

    Avionics / Equipment

    New KY96
    Overhauled KX155
    King w/GS & DmE
    Garmin GX55
    Straight-forward analog gauges that have all been overhauled or new, with 6 place intercom


    Dry Country aircraft - Maiden voyages, and originally, New Mexico, then California, Washington, Arizona
    Always hangared

    Engines / Mods / Prop

    New from Continental 630 & 615 / TSIO520’s / 285hp
    Props-Fresh since new overhauls & boots great, newer modern hub

    Interior / Exterior

    Paint in a traditional/modern scheme Red w/gold striping, excellent condition 9. 
    The Interior a 10, Gray tucked leather, with lighter gray panel accents, darker gray carpet. 6, seats.


    This plane very well taken care of, impeccable maintenance history
    Very low times for a plane of this vintage!!  
    If you are looking  for a 310, this-heavier duty and larger!  
    Looking for a 340, skip the pressurization headaches, have a better useful load and performance!