1978 Cessna R182. AFTT 6640. Engine/Prop at 945/2000 hrs. Aspen EFD w/ SV, AoA, and ADSb. Garmin 530W, 345 ADSb XPDR, 340 Audio panel. JPI 830 engine monitor. Complete landing gear rebuild after Gear up landing in 2003. NO autopilot. Still in annual and flying. Mbryan17@gmail.com
Avionics / Equipment
Aspen EFD 1000 PFD with Synthetic Vision and AOA
Coupled to Garmin 530W
Coupled to Garmin 345 XPDR for traffic and weather
Audio Panel: Garmin 340 with front and back Mp3 input
New stereo wiring to all 4 headset jacks
COM/NAV 1: Garmin GNS 530 WAAS
Traffic and weather from ADS-B XPDR
LOC GS 2: King KI 209
COM/NAV 2: King KX 155 w GS
Transponder: Garmin GTX 345 ADS-B
King ADF, indicated through the Aspen. (indicator INOP)
Artex 45 ELT, 406
Pilot and Co-pilot push to talk
HID Landing light, STC and 337 filed
Whelen LED taxi light
Aux 24v Power (cigarette lighter) in back seat)
Cessna R182 / N7389T
Total Airframe Time: 6638, still flying
Hobbs time: 1618.5
Gross Weight: 3100
Empty weight (with unusable fuel): 1906
Fuel: 80 gal / 480 lbs
Useful Load (with full fuel): 774
Previously Owned by CAP.
Complete Logs and Records, available on request
Damage History: Gear up landing in 2003 when pilot was “too busy talking to passengers.” Professionally repaired by CAP via Western Skyways, with Engine Overhaul, Prop overhaul and complete landing gear rebuild. No issues since then. (This means: COMPLETE LANDING GEAR REBUILD IN 2003)!
Engines / Mods / Prop
Engine Mdl. O-540-J3C5D
Engine S/N RL-15646-40A
Prop Mdl. B2D34C214-B
Prop S/N 831346
Hub S/N. 831346
Blade Mdl. G-90DHB-8
Blade S/N WL26126
Blade S/N WL26129
Engine and Prop Total Time:: 2770
SMOH/SPOH: 940, Overhauled by Western Skyways in 2003
EVERY OIL change since June 2015 (approx 500 tach hours) sent for analysis at Blackstone Labs, (and most sent to LabOne also).
OH Carb in 2017, Mag OH in 2016, OH Vacuum pump in 2016, OH Alternator in 2016, New Skytec starter in 2016,
Last compression 11/2017: 77, 74, 78, 78, 78, 78
Horton Flap and Aileron gap Seals in 2015, 337 filed
Upgraded Locking Vents with retained OAT probe
HID landing light (super bright and can be seen 20+ miles away!)
LED taxi Light
All other light bulbs recently changed.
Strut boots changed to split boots
Interior / Exterior
Cloth/upholstery replaced in 2011- 8/10.
Plastic is chipping, cracked, and missing in some areas. 3/10
Exterior is in decent condition. Has spent some time outside prior to my purchase. Some chipping pain on right elevator. some cracks on wingtip covers. Replaced Strut boots with split boots in 2017. Plexiglass in decent condition with three cracks emanating from where the compass is mounted. Stop-drilled prior to my purchase.
Annual completed in 11/2017 by Aircraft Ground Support in EMT. Pitot/Static due 9/2018
After purchasing this plane in 2015, I attended the CPA R182 class in Santa Maria, CA with the late John Frank. As I was the only person who flew in, 89T was the plane that was taken apart, inspected by the entire CPA class, squawked, and put back together. Great learning experience, and a great way to get to know the plane!
This has been a very reliable plane for me. I purchased it in June 2015, and have added about 500 tach hours to it, completing my CPL, and Instrument rating. Sad to see it go, but time for me to upgrade to a P210.
All logs and oil analysis scanned and ready for upload (couldn't get the upload to work). Please email for link to download.
All information provided subject to Verification by buyer. Times subject to change as airplane is still flying weekly. Currently being advertised on other sites.