N80921. What a Unique and Attractive Plane! 1976 CESSNA 172M/180. 4958 TT, 997 SOH, 997 SPOH. Low TT, Mid time engine, Great P&I, Air Plains 180HP Conversion, Gross Weight Increase STC. NDH.
Avionics / Equipment
PS Engineering PMA8000M Audio Panel with 4 Place Intercom
Garmin GTN 650 GPS/Com/Nav 1 Localizer and Glideslope
King KX-155 Nav/Com 2 Localizer and Glideslope
Narco AT-50A Mode C Transponder
Additional Equipment & Modifications:
Dual Shoulder Harnesses
Belly Strobe Light
RMD HID Landing Light
Dual Hinged Windows
Exhaust Gas Temperature Gauge
Cylinder Head Temperature Gauge (INOP)
Custom LED Panel Lights
Avionics Master Switch
Aircraft Total Time: 4,958.5 Hours
Engines / Mods / Prop
Engine: Lycoming O-360-A4M
Engine Serial #: L-40574-36E
Engine HP: 180HP
Engine Hours Since Overhaul: 997.1 Hours
Type of Overhaul: Factory New Engine
Date of Overhaul: Manufactured New on 3-29-2006
Overhaul Shop: Textron Lycoming
Next Annual Date: October 1st, 2018
Prop Overhaul Date: New Prop on July 21st, 2006
Hours since Prop Overhaul: 997.1 Hours
Interior / Exterior
Exterior Condition: The aircraft was stripped and painted in 2006. Mena Aircraft Painting did all of the paint work. The colors consist of Matterhorn White, Flight Red, and Royal Blue. The pain is in great condition and shows very well!
Interior Condition: The interior is in mostly original condition. The seats were redone in 2016 and the plane also received new carpet. The panel has been redone in a very nice wood grain. Overall the interior is in good condition with very minimal defects.
Useful Load: 1,062lbs
Useable Fuel: 38 Gallons
Logbook Condition: Complete and Well Organized Since New
Ownership History: This Skyhawk has been based in Louisana for the past 30 years. It has remained in the same hangar during all of that time. The two gentleman that we purchased the plane from had owned it for the past 6 years. They upgraded to a 182 and could not justify owning two airplanes.
Damage History: No known or documented damage history
In Flight Report: “This aircraft performed flawlessly for the 700NM journey back to Kokomo. The 180HP upgrade really makes a huge difference! The extra power and cruise speed made the flight simple and quick! The Garmin GTN 650 made navigation easy. Overall this is one of the best Skyhawks out there!”
What a unique and attractive plane! The 180 Conversion paired with the Garmin GTN 650 makes this Skyhawk an IFR machine. It is the perfect plane to use for cross countries and makes it very cost effective!