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    $26,000
    Reg#
    Not Listed
    TT:
    6,400

    1956 Cessna 170B, factory seaplane kit with corrosion proofing, Terex nav/com, double puck Cleveland brakes on 8.50 X 6 tires, TTAF 6400, Continental C-145... More Info

    Donald Olson

    Anchorage, AK USA

    Last Update: 09/13/2018

    $82,000
    Reg#
    N179MM
    TT:
    3,635

    Dream 1951 C-170B Conv, Lyc. O-360 w/CSP, STOL Kit. Upgraded air frame, gear. Engine & prop SMOH 270 hrs. All logs & docs, fresh annual, ADS-B out installe... More Info

    Gene Jensen

    San Antonio, TX USA

    Last Update: 08/27/2018

    $49,900
    Reg#
    N1250D
    TT:
    3,183

    1951 CESSNA 170A, 3183-TT, 900 SMOH. NDH. All logs. Nice condition. Always hangared. New instruments. Continental 145. McCauley prop. More Info

    Ken Sutton

    Northville, MI USA

    Last Update: 09/14/2018


    Cessna 170 Series Aircraft Information

    Produced between 1948 and 1956, the Cessna 170 is a light, single-engine, general aviation aircraft. The capacity of the 170 is one crew member and three passengers. The empty weight is 1205 lb (547 kg) and the loaded weight is 2200 lb (998 kg). Cruise speed is 105 knots (121 mph, 195 km/h), stall speed is 43 knots (49 mph, 79 km/h), and maximum speed is 124 knots (143 mph, 230 km/h).

    The original Cessna Model 170 with a metal fuselage and tail and fabric covered wings began sales in late 1948. The earliest 170s were four-seat versions of the Cessna 140 with a more powerful 145 hp Continental O-300 engine and larger fuel tanks. The 170 was constructed of metal with fabric covered wings supported by a "V" strut like the 140. The Cessna 170A developed in 1949 was an all-metal aircraft with zero-dihedral wings, and a single strut replacing the "V" strut of the 170.

    The Model 305 was a military variant of the Cessna 170 that the United States Air Force, Army, and Marines began using in 1950. The 305 was designated the L-19 and later O-1 Bird Dog by the military. These aircraft were used a forward air control and reconnaissance aircraft.

    The Cessna 170B was introduced in 1952. The 170B featured a new wing incorporating the dihedral similar to the 305. The 170B was equipped with very effective modified-Fowler wing flaps which deflect up to 40 degrees and a wing design that lives on in the Cessna light singles of today. The aircraft also included a new tailplane, larger rear windows, and a revised tailwheel.

    Equipped with conventional landing gear the 170 is more challenging to land than tricycle landing gear. The Cessna 172, which was essentially a nosewheel-equipped 170B with a square fine, was introduced in 1956. Production of the 170 was halted soon after the 172 became available. Cessna built 5174 Cessna 170s and over 2000 are still in service today.

    To view the various models currently available, please check out our Cessna aircraft for sale for descriptions and photos or PLACE A LISTING of your aircraft for sale.