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1967 Cessna 150H/150
Location: Dayton, TN (2A0)
  • Total Time: 6680 hrs.
  • Engine: Lycoming
    150 hp

    3479 hrs. Since Factory Remanufacture
  • Prop:
  • Next Annual Due:
    October, 2017
1967 Cessna 150H/150
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KMA-24 audio panel with marker beacons, a KX-165 nav/com and an AT-165 transponder with encoder, Garmin 496 panel mounted GPS.

Equipment & Features:T
Wheel fairings, true airspeed indicator, post lights, strobe, pilot and copilot shoulder harnesses.

Original factory paint, finished in overall Matterhorn White with Roman Red trim. This aircraft reflects its history of always being hangered. This fifty-year-old paint is in amazing condition.

Red and Cream seats, with red carpeting. The interior is neat and clean and shows well and the glass is good.

The Owner Says:
"I flew this aircraft from Colorado to East Tennessee a few months ago. On the 10 hour flight, it used no oil and leaked no oil."

6,680 hours total time. There are 3,479 hours on the engine since Factory Remanufacture The compressions remain in the mid-seventies and this engine has never had a cylinder removed. The annual was done in September 2016 and there are no outstanding AD's. The aircraft was operated for years by the Colorado State Highway Patrol and has always been hangered in the Rocky Mountain Region until being brought to East Tennessee several months ago. The airframe shows as new inside and there is no hail or any other damage history with the aircraft.

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Updated April 26, 2017

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