62900 $62,900 USD

  • For Sale
  • 1971
  • N2857Q
  • 17259857
  • Kokomo, IN USA

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General Specs (cont.)


809 SMOH

809 SPOH





Additional Classifications

Detailed Description

N2857Q. 1971 Cessna 172L/180HP, 9627TT, 809 SMOH, 809 SPOH, King KMA 24 Audio Panel, TKM MX-11, KT-76A Mode C Transponder, Stec 50 Autopilot With Alt Hold, Complete Logs.

Avionics / Equipment

King KMA 24 Audio Panel paired with an Aviall four place intercom system
TKM MX-11 Com 1 
TKM MX-11 Com 2 
Narco OBS with built in Nav - Localizer and Glideslope
Narco OBS with built in Nav – Localizer Only
King KT-76A Mode C Transponder 
S-TEC System 50 2 Axis Autopilot with Altitude Hold 

Additional Equipment & Modifications:
Air Plains 180HP Conversion with Gross Weight Increase STC
Dual Push to Talk
Dual Hinged Windows 
Dual Shoulder Harnesses 
Aftermarket Panel Lights
Hobbs Meter
LED Landing Light 
Wheel Pants
Avionics Master Switch 
Brackett Air Filter


Aircraft Total Time:  9,627.67 Hours

Engines / Mods / Prop

Engine: Lycoming O-360-A4M
Engine Serial #: L-29231-36A
Engine HP: 180HP
Engine Hours Since Overhaul: 809.67
Type of Overhaul: Major Overhaul to New Limits
Date of Overhaul: September 12, 2000
Overhaul Shop: Penn Yan Aero Service, INC.

Prop Overhaul Date: October 5th, 2000
Hours since Prop Overhaul: 809.67

Interior / Exterior

Exterior Condition: The aircraft was painted in 1998. It was painted with Imron Matterhorn White, Imron Holly Red, Imron Miami Blue, and Imron Light Blue. The paint has some minor defects but overall shows very nicely!

Interior Condition: The interior was replaced in 1998 when the paint was done. The interior has blue cloth seats along with matching carpet and side panels. The interior overall is in good condition with normal wear.


Next Annual Date:  October 1st, 2019

Useful Load: 1,042lbs
Useable Fuel: 38 Gallons

Logbook Condition: Complete and Well Organized Since New

Ownership History: We purchased this plane from a guy in south Texas. He bought the plane to obtain his private certificate. The aircraft was based in Utah prior to him owning it. He is upgrading to a faster plane so he decided to sell this well upgraded Skyhawk.
Damage History: No Known or Documented Damage History
In Flight Report: “This is a great flying Skyhawk! The performance of the 180HP is incredible! I was able to get over 1,000 feet per minute during climb out on a 95 degree day! The S-TEC autopilot made flying easy and I was able to focus on navigation and talking with ATC during the 900NM journey home. I am pleased with how well this Skyhawk did”

What a great upgraded Skyhawk! This plane has the right equipment for cross country and IFR flying!