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1971 Cessna 182, 5300TT, 366 engine hours. Garmin 530 WAAS. STEC 30 w/alt hold. GEM 600/610, JPI FS-450, Mode C XPDR, Flight Bonus kit adds 10kts. Hangared most of life.
Avionics / Equipment
GPS: Garmin 530 WAAS
Autopilot: STEC 30 with Altitude hold
Radios: Bendix KX155
Engine Monitor: GEM 600/610
Fuel Flow Monitor: JPI FS-450
ELT: New 406 type
Transponder: Mode C
New attitude indicator
New mixture and throttle controll
Four point seat belts for safety (like in a race car) with reel for comfort (like in a car)
Horton Flight Bonus kit adds about 10kts in real life. The kit has stood the test of time and includes improved wheel fairings, gap seals, nose gear bracket.
See review in Aviation Consumer
Engines / Mods / Prop
Engine overhauled by Continental (OEM)
Interior / Exterior
Interior woven fabric re-upholstered in the 1990s. In very good shape.
Current owner of 6 years knew prior owner of 30 years. Plane has been hangared most of its life.
Solid, reliable performer that has been well maintained. Starts up well in hot and cold conditions.
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