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Mostly Refurbished, Glass Panel 1967 Cessna 182K Feels Like A 2007+ Model! TSMO: 865.2, ACTT: 4,920, Useful Load 1,074lbs, Continental Engine 0-470-R . New Alternator, Voltage Reg, Overhauled Both Mags, Installed New CIES Fuel Senders, Long Range tanks (79 gal useable/84 capacity). Updated Seats, & Last Annual Was 03/2019. Avionics: ADS-B IN/Out, Garmin G500/600, GMA 345 (New), GTN650, GTX345R, GNC255, Auto Pilot: STEC-55X & JPI EMD-900 (Recently Upgraded Software). New ELT. Hangared at KMYF (San Diego).
Avionics / Equipment
ADS-B IN/Out, Fully compliant with 2020 regulations. Garmin G500/600, GMA 345 (new), GTN650 (WAAS) , GTX345R, GNC255, Auto Pilot: STEC-55X and JPI EMD-900 (recently upgraded software). IFR Flight.
Flight Stream 510 (sends data from ipad to the 650 over bluetooth).
Clean and well maintained. 84 gallon extended range tanks (79 without the reserve). No corrosion. 4,920 total airframe hours.
Engines / Mods / Prop
Interior / Exterior
Newer grey leather-like seats with Cessna headrests and updated seatbelts with shoulder harness. Very comfortable. I've done several 1,000 mile plus trips and have never been uncomfortable.
I will be very sad to see this wonderful plane go. I got the plane as a student pilot because I wanted to train on a technically advanced aircraft and wanted a little more horsepower (this has 230) to help me with mountain flying and the terrain here in SoCal. I keep in in a hangar in Montgomery. The past owners have also reported keeping it in hangars. The plane has been very thoroughly inspected from my pre-buy and appraisal and no corrosion found and all original log books in tact and sync up with each other. I've flown 250 hours in this 182 and have loved every minute of it.
The plane is a little pricier than others its age due to the interior and avionics upgrades. Most importantly because of the ADS-B regs kicking in Jan 2020, Avionics shops are super busy. To take a plane without a glass panel and try to convert it now would take 6 months to a year at best. The plane is a "complex," "high performance" plane and qualifies as a "Technically Advanced Aircraft (TAA)" so you can obtain a commercial rating with it.
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