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    General Specs

    • For Sale
    • 1993
    • N556M
    • 10150
    • Merritt Island, FL USA


    79900 $79,900 USD

    Aviation Marketing
    • (321) 501-6378
    • (321) 454-6924
    • Jim Schlegler

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    79900 $79,900 USD

    General Specs (cont.)


    1,958 SNEW




    Additional Classifications

    Detailed Description

    1993 Grumman Tiger AG5B 1958 TT ENGINE & Airframe
    A 8/10 All Around
    S-TEC 50 (with Alt) coupled HSI
    Great Avionics for IFR

    Avionics / Equipment

    COMM #1 KX165/ #1Nav coupled to HSI VOR/ILS 
    COMM #2 KX155/ #2 Nav coupled to VOR/ILS 
    A/P Stec 50 (Alt Hold) coupled
    HSI Bendix 
    Vertical card mag compass
    TXP KT 76A
    ELT new 2/2018 RTEK 345
    Storm Scope WX 900
    Shadin Digital Fuel Flow
    KLN 90B GPS just rebuilt
    I Fly hard wired GPS/Moving Map


    1993 everything in excellent condition. Paint 8/10. Wheel pants will be reinstalled at purchase. No corrosion on this sound and low time airframe. No hangar rash. Glass in great shape all around. X2 - 25 gallon wing main tanks for a total of 50 gallons fuel.
    X3 New Air Hawn ties tubes and brakes installed at annual. Service Bullentin #190 complied with at annual.

    Engines / Mods / Prop

    Lycoming O-360-A4K 180 HP with 1958 hours since new. Excellent compression at last annual 2/2018. New battery installed at 2/2018 annual.

    Interior / Exterior

    Original camel interior with very little wear and tear. Exterior is 8/10 with good paint and no corrosion.


    Past owner was Army Chopper pilot and flew for oil rig crews in LA after the Army and kept N556M hangared in Vladosta for 10-12 years while he persued his career. Current owner purchased it in 2/2018 to add to his fleet of Cessna's for his flying club. After all the expense he put into it he decided he wants another C-172 to promote standardization.