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    General Specs

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    • N9168G
    • 18260708
    • Placerville, CA USA


    79500 $79,500 USD LLC
    • (800) 759-9466
    • (530) 642-2806
    • Mark Pilkington

      3501 Airport Rd Bldg 2

      Placerville, CA 95667 USA

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    General Specs (cont.)


    327 SMOH

    327 SPOH



    Additional Classifications

    Detailed Description

    1971 Cessna 182N, 1994hrs TT, 327 SMOH (O-520 Engine), 327 SPOH, Cessna Switching panel, KX175B, KI208 VOR/LOC, LR fuel, P&I 8/7. Always hangared. NDH.

    Avionics / Equipment

    Cessna Switching Panel
    King KX 175B Analog 760 Channel Nav/Com
    King KI 208 VOR/Localizer Indicator
    Narco CC-313A Nav/Com (360 Channel)
    Avionics master switch
    Apollo IIMorrow GPS (basic)
    King KT 76 Transponder with Mode C
    Sigtronics SPA 400 Four Place Intercom
    Mixture Mizer EGT Monitor
    Post Lights
    Pilot's Side Push-to-talk
    True Airspeed Bezel
    Long Range Fuel 84 gallons
    Pilot's side Articulating Seat
    Horizontal Stabilizer Abrasion Boots
    Dual Landing Lights in Left Wing
    Brackett Air Filter
    Factory Shoulder Harnesses
    Wheel Pants
    Ground Service Plug
    Rotation Beacon
    Full Flow Oil Filter
    Small raised gas caps


    1,994 Hours Total Time

    Engines / Mods / Prop

    Engine Time: 
    327 Hours SMOH on P-Ponk 0-520 265 HP by West Star Aviation
    Prop Time: 
    327 SPOH on McCauley C66 two blade

    Interior / Exterior

    Very Original 1971. Overall White with Yellow/Orange major and Black Minor accents in good condition.  Rated 8 out of 10. 
    Very Original with some new plastic in the baggage area. Black leather seats. Front seats have been recovered. Generally clean and presentable but not very modern.  Rated 7 out of 10.


    Annual Due: December 2018
    Useful Load: 1211 Lbs
    This plane is very original.  It has been hangared all it's life. The current owner has owned it over 40 years and was flying it less and less.  The engine was overhauled by West Star with the 470-50 (520) Horsepower upgrade in 1996.  The owner always stores the plane with Camguard in the oil so the cam and lifers have no corrosion from lack of use.  Complete logs, no hail, No Corrosion and No damage history.  These early 70's 182's still have the 7 foot wide steel spring gear on them.  This changed in 1973 with the advent of the P model to the 9 foot wide tubular landing gear.  The spring steel gear is desirable because of it's narrower track and therefore higher strength and resistance to rough runways and hard landings. Operators of off-airport 182's favor the pre-1973 Spring steel landing gear.