|Model||172 M Skyhawk|
1974 Cessna Skyhawk:
N12932 has been a dependable, well-equipped IFR flight school aircraft. It makes a great airplane for time-building or continued flight instruction with its "less than half-time" engine.
This Skyhawk's attractive (yet FIRM) price reflects the school's desire for a fast sale as it continues to moderize its fleet.
Call Manny at AirplanesUSA today! (954) 359-6000.
11,900 TT Since New
Lycoming O-320-E2D Engine (150 HP, 2000 TBO)
880 SMOH (Certified Engines, July '09)
Insight graphic engine monitor
McCauley 2-blade prop
Aircraft has received very good mechanical care
Very organized maintenance records (Adlog)
Next annual inspection due June, 2011
Next pitot-static inspection due May, 2011
Next ELT battery due March, 2014
No known damage history
Terra TMA350D Audio Panel with marker beacons
King KX155 TSO digital Nav/Com
Terra TN-200D digital Nav/Com and digital VOR/LOC System
Garmin GTX327 digital Transponder
King KR86 ADF
Dual yoke push-to-talk buttons
Alt Static Air Source
Davtron digital voltage display
ELT with remote switch
Blue cloth seats in good condition
Dual articulating front seats
New leather-padded yoke covers
Paint is in fair/good condition
"N29132" engraved cowl covers
Skylights (Note: Aircraft is equipped with skylights. When the headliner panel was replaced, it did not come pre-cut for the skylights. So, it would need to be modified (cut) if the skylights are desired. However, aircraft does stay cooler as is.)
- Instrument back lighting with rheostat!
- 40-degree flaps
- Useful load 876 lbs.
- 38 gal. usable fuel
- Wheel fairings included (not pictured)
- Same owner last 10 years
- Aircraft is located near Fort Lauderdale, Florida (Zip 33023)
Call Manny Camacho at AirplanesUSA (954) 359-6000.
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- Flight times may vary with normal aircraft utilization.
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