59900 $59,900 USD

  • For Sale
  • 1977
  • N733GX
  • 17268294
  • Kokomo, IN USA

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General Specs (cont.)


397 SMOH

843 lb



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Detailed Description

1977 Cessna 172N, 4135TT, 397 SMOH, Garmin GMA 340 Audio Panel w/4 Pl Icom, Garmin 150XL GPS, GTX-327 Mode C Xpdr, KX-155 Nav/Com, Great P&I, S-TEC Autopilot, 4 Point Shoulder Harnesses.

Avionics / Equipment

Aircraft Total Time:  4,135.7 HoursAvionics: 
Garmin GMA 340 Audio Panel with four-place intercom
King KX-155 Nav/Com 1 with Localizer and Glideslope
King KX-155 Nav/Com 2 Localizer Only
Garmin GTX-327 Mode C Transponder 
Garmin 150XL GPS 
S-TEC 40 Single Axis Autopilot with NAV, APR, and Heading Modes

Additional Equipment & Modifications:
Dual Push to Talk
4pt Shoulder Harnesses 
Electronics International Digital EGT
Datcon Hobbs Meter
Wheel Pants
Fuel Steps
Wing Tip Strobe Lights

Engines / Mods / Prop

Engine: O-320-H2AD
Engine Serial #: RL-862-76
Engine HP: 160HP
Engine Hours Since Overhaul: 397.7
Type of Overhaul: Major Overhaul to New Limits
Date of Overhaul: January 4th, 1999
Overhaul Shop: A&P 547020683

Prop Overhaul Date: Dressed Prop on June 22nd, 2011

Interior / Exterior

Exterior Condition: The exterior is in very nice condition with minimal defects! It is painted in a white base with maroon and gold accents.  

Interior Condition: The interior is in very nice condition. The seats have been redone in tan leather. The interior overall is in nice condition!


Next Annual Date:  March 1st, 2019
Useful Load: 843.4
Useable Fuel: 40 Gallons
Logbook Condition:  Complete and Well Organized Since New

Ownership History: This aircraft has been based in Texas most of its life. We purchased the aircraft from a gentleman that had owned it for nearly 20 years! He was getting out of aviation and decided it was time to sell.

Damage History: No Known or Documented Damage History

In Flight Report: “This aircraft flew hands off very well! The only inputs needed were minor pitch changes. The avionics worked great and the autopilot made the flight very easy!”