|1977 Cessna 172N
Charleston, West Virginia
7,479 hours total time, 1,859 SMOH. Last annualed 2012, tied
down since. The logs are complete with two minor repairs in the
'90's. The aircraft needs basically everything but has a clean
airframe and is an excellent candidate for remanufacturing. There is
no hail or corrosion.
It has dual landing lights, steps
and handles, strobes, opening RH window, Push to talk on pilot's
control wheel and vertically adjustable pilot's seat. The aircraft
was owned by Ohio State University and most of the hours and
maintenance occurred there. The only current damage is to the LH
aileron from contact with a mower. The plastic headliner can be
It will not be practical to ferry this aircraft and
buyer should be prepared to pick it up and trailer it. A hangar is
available to do disassembly if desired.
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discuss this airplane.
Updated August 21, 2021
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