1966 Cessna 1966 Cessna 150 F model$23,000This Cessna is truly wonderful. Low total time and fresh.

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Condition: Used Model Year: 1966
Make: Cessna
1966 Cessna 150 - F model
$23,000This Cessna is truly wonderful. Low total time and fresh top overhaul. Has all IFR equipment installed. Excellent plane to build time towards commercial/IFR/instructor certificates, training plane, or fun commuter! This 150 is listed for a bit higher than the average 150 because it"s in excellent condition, has a fresh top overhaul that will probably last another 10+ years, is ready to be IFR certified (easy 1-day tasks: pitotstaic check + CFII test the GPS & VOR on an approach and sign off the log book)I have put over $20,000 in parts alone (not including labor) into it over the past 18 months. I personally (and meticulously) did the overhaul break in and ensured the rings were properly seated - this plane does not burn much oil because the break in was done with great care! Oil has been changed regularly, plane has been flown regularly, I have kept it hangered whenever the weather was bad. The ONLY reason I am parting with it is because I recently upgraded to a 4-seater and my wife said I am not allowed to keep two planes...-IN annual (next annual due May-2019) (NO corrosion found during last annual)
-ALL AD"s done
-I have had all the upgrades/engine work done by the same shop and have the records/invoices/log entries
-approx. 105 hours since top overhaul (STOH) + all new fine-wire spark plugs installed -5918 on the Hobbs meter, approx. 1980 hours SMOH, certified under part 91 so a major overhaul is never required - only optional. Bottom end of engine was inspected during top overhaul and no issues were found. -Pitostatic test done by Pacific Coast Avionics in 2017
-Each wing has a 13-gallon fuel tank (26 total, 22.5 usable)
-Continental 0-200, 4 cylinder**Equipment and upgrades include**
[when I say "new" - I mean, it was purchased new and installed w/in the last 18 months, or less]
-Electric flaps (40 degrees)
-although it has the small spinner installed right now, I have the full size spinner and it is included
-although it has no wheel pants installed, I have all three wheel pants and they are included
-new battery
-new alternator conversion (replaced the original generator which sucked)
-new push-button starter conversion done (including new, lighter, starter motor)
-new 4-point dual-harness seat belts/should harnesses (both sides, all new - including the lap belts)
-interior is in good shape
-exterior needs clear-coat work (the paint is ok, but needs clear coat attention in some areas)
-new Hoerner style wingtips (increased climb & cruise speed, decreased stall speed)
-ALL exterior LED lighting (landing, taxi, beacon, nav and rear anti-collision)
-ALL new tires - NO bald spots (I land gingerly and never lock up my brakes - these tires are still like new!)
-propeller is stock and has not been shortened - no nicks
-both brake calipers were serviced/cleaned and new brake pads were installed less than 18 months ago
-ELT battery is still good
-new high-flow K&N air filter installed (increased airflow and horsepower) - cleanable
-NO cracks in the windshield
-pitot heat works great
-along with the top overhaul, I installed all new fine-wire spark plugs ($80 each!)
-plugs have NEVER fouled during taxi (and I don"t need to lean out for taxi like with a Lycoming)
-Airwolf oil chiller installed on oil filter (makes a big difference on hot days)
-both new vented gas caps (I"ve never had water in my fuel or strainer when doing pre-flight)
-fire extinguisher installed right in front of pilot"s seat
-includes custom knee board and checklist set (see pictures)
-KX-155 Nav/Comm radio (hooked up to Bendex/King localizer & glideslope)
-Garmin GNC 300 XL IFR GPS with built in Nav/Comm (hooked up to the localizer & glideslope) (database is current and up to date!)
-new annunciator allows you to use either the Bendix Nav/Comm or the Garmin GPS with the localizer/glideslope
-new intercom with volume and squelch control (plug ins for both pilot and co-pilot)
-audio panel with marker beacons
-Garmin GTX 327 transponder (this transponder supports the Garmin GDL82add-on ADS-B unit that you can purchase and install for 2020 compliance)
-new split-master switch (alternator can be cycled independently of master power)
-new avionics master switch
-ALL new light switches installed, and new pitot heat switch installed
-ALL glass fuses replaced with new circuit breakers
-cigarette lighter (power outlet) works perfectly (I plug in a dual-port USB charger)
-cabin heat works great
-fuel gauges work great (but like your CFI told you, don"t trust them)
-ALL gauges and equipment work (nothing is INOP)
-like new Bendix/King localizer with glideslope (works great)
-like new turn coordinator (replaced the stock vacuum one with this electric one)
-new altimeter installed and tested fall of 2017 by Pacific Coast Avionics
-new air speed indicator (replaced the sock MPH indicator with this one in Knots - custom marked for the 150)
-new EGT / OAT / CHT gauge installed less than 12 months (I always run 100 degrees ROP because I like my valves to last 10+ years)
-OAT gauge (analog) installed on co-pilot vent
-includes tow bar and lightweight step-ladder for checking fuel level
-includes fuel testing cup and usable fuel dip stick
-includes service manual and parts catalog (I can give them to you in PDF if you desire)
-overhead red light works great for illuminating the panel during night flights
-8" tablet mount (RAM mount) installed onto pilot"s sun visor for using Garmin Pilot or Foreflight
-new PTT (push to talk) microphone switches installed less than 12 months ago (both yolks)-includes $200 rain cover (like new)Please let me know if you have questions or want additional pictures.This plane has NOT sat around - planes should be flown at least weekly to keep the engine parts oiled. This plane is still flown about 1-2 hours each week to keep the engine in prime-healthy condition.If you would like to speak to the shop that has done all the work on this plane, I can put you in contact with them. They have insisted on only using STC"d / PMA"d / Certified Aircraft parts for all work done - and I have the logs/invoices for all the work done.Buyer is responsible for pickup/ferry. However, i might be willing to deliver within 200 miles of Salem Oregon after full purchase price is paid. $2,000 deposit is through PayPal, remaining balance due within 7 days of purchase and must be certified check or cash (cash will be exchanged at a bank only). If any portion of balance after the deposit is paid via PayPal a 3% charge applies which buyer is responsible to pay. Plane is sold as-is, no warranty, no refund on deposit if/for breach of contract to purchase. I can make separate arrangements to hangar or rain-cover the plane for up to 60 days following purchase if you need more time to pickup or have the plane ferried. ($200/month for hangar, $50/month for ramp & rain cover, no proration for partial months)
Current date: 2018-11-01