• For Sale
  • 1961
  • N300KZ
  • 17248746
  • Ramona, CA USA

144950 $144,950 USD
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Frank Jungman

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  • For Sale
  • 1961
  • N300KZ
  • 17248746
  • Ramona, CA USA

Frank Jungman

Frank Jungman

General Specs (cont.)


362 SNEW

362 SNEW

786 lb






Additional Classifications

Detailed Description

Low Time, Factory New 180HP Engine.  A Pride-of-Ownership aircraft that is a 1960s RestoMod for the sky!  Beautiful, Hand-Painted Panel with the latest Garmin navigator.  Take your friends and family anywhere in this "no excuses" aircraft.  STEC Autopilot equipped!

Avionics / Equipment

STEC 20 Autopilot coupled to Aspen for GPS Steering.
Fresh, custom panel installed in 2021!  Hand painted by up-and-coming local artist!  Yoke converted to "Y" style by STC.  Aspen EFD 1000 Pro, new Garmin GPS 175, GNC 255A, PMA 8000B, EDM-830, GTX 330/GDL88 ADS-B, Sirrus XM tied to Aspen (subscription required).  Vertical Card Compass.  Yolk mounted PTT and A/P Disconnect switches.  USB Charging Port.  Bose/LEMO headphone/power jacks at all four positions. Aspen connected to XM receiver gives access to the full range of XM WX Satellite Weather aviation products-including NEXRAD radar graphics, IR satellite cloud cover at a range of altitudes, winds aloft graphics, METARs, TAFs, and more.


Straight and solid airframe.  Only incident was 60 years ago (wing damage and wing was replaced).  No corrosion.  RH wing spar had a spot of corrosion repaired with Cessna oversight (see photos).  Appears was due to paint remover drip.  Remainder of spar was clean.  Both fuel tanks cleaned and sealed in 2021.  Aircraft has a "year long annual" done during COVID, and everything was exposed for inspection.

Engines / Mods / Prop

Low time, factory new Air Plains 180HP Conversion.  Lycoming O-360-A4M
SkyTek Starter
New (12/2022) Battery
Slick Mags (had factory AD compliance done last year)
Vernier Mixture control to aid in leaning engine
Y-Yolk STC conversion allowing full center avionics stack.
Lord Shimmy Damper

Interior / Exterior

Interior 9/10
Paint 8/10 (blemish on/around oil door, see photos)
New Tires
One piece windscreen.
McFarland Flap Rollers
LED Beacon and Taxi/Landing Lights
EZ Flap Handle Extension
Shoulder Harness for both front seats
Wheel Pants (currently removed)


A 1960s Hot Rod for the sky!  This pride of ownership aircraft is fast, light and modern with 1960s appeal.  Everyone comments on how good looking she is, and how quiet she is.  Being the last year before the rear window slowed the 172 down, and with a Air Plains 180HP Lycoming, she cruises fast, or leaned out with the EDM-830 engine monitor, she will burn 5.5GPH at 115kts.  Build with 1" aircraft insulation in the roof, and sound absorbing padding under the carpet, she is quieter than my Cirrus.
The only real blemish is the dipstick access that was improperly painted when the engine was converted before I purchased her (see photos).  Front wheel pant has minor damage on bottom.  I can have repair done, and paint upper cowling, if desired.
Currently in hangar having 50-hour inspection/oil change.  All pics in hangar are from today.  Pics on ramp are older to show wheel pants.