Cessna 1974 Overview This 1974 Cessna 172M is a high wing, all metal, four place, single engine.
This 1974 Cessna 172M is a high wing, all metal, four place, single engine aircraft. The aircraft exterior and
interior is shown in the photos. See attached photos for details.
This aircraft is offered for sale with a fairly complete set of log books.
Airframe: 1974 – present
Engine: 1980 – present
Prop : 2000 – present
The plane has a new Annual inspection as of October 2014. It is located at the Spirit of Saint Louis Airport (KSUS) in Chesterfield, MO.
Airframe: 6277 TTAF.
Interior: Average, Red/ Black Cloth and Vinyl, Rosen sunvisors.
Cockpit Instrumentation includes altimeter, airspeed, vertical speed indicator,
turn and bank indicator, artificial horizon, directional gyro, L&R fuel quantity,
tachometer, oil pressure and temperature, suction gauge, compass, clock, Exhaust
Engine: Lycoming, O-320-D2G 160 Hp. 1953 SMOH, Overhaul date: 7/1987, TBO: 2,000
Compressions: 74, 72, 74, 74.
Propeller: McCauley Model 1C160, 12 hours SMOH and 484 TSN.
Avionics: SPA400 Intercom, KMA20 Audio panel, KX170B Nav/com, MX 11 com, KR86 ADF, Loran C Apollo II, AT50 Transponder, Integrated Nav Head w/ Glide slope and Marker Beacon/ All instrumentation is older, but appears to work properly.
This aircraft will be sold and delivered As-Is-Where-Is.
The auction sale is final. Please do whatever inspection you wish during the auction period, and we can be available on weekends. (For weekends, you must call and schedule a time as we are normally closed but available with an appointment). This provides you maximum opportunity to inspect the airplane at our St. Louis, MO headquarters prior to bidding. Please take advantage of this inspection opportunity so you can make your own judgment. Your failure to do so is your problem, not ours.
You may contact Norm Hild at 636-537-1302 or through eBay Messages to ask any
questions or schedule an inspection time. Remember when you make an auction bid, YOU ARE ACCEPTING AND COMMITTING to a contract to buy. The time for
inspection, if desired, is before the auction ends. A 10% non-refundable deposit is due
within 48 hours of the auction closing with the remainder due within the next eight
days. Wings of Hope does not accept PayPal for airplanes, but the non-refundable
deposit can be paid via credit card direct to Wings of Hope at 636-537-1302. Otherwise
checks, money order or of course, cash. We MAY be able to deliver this aircraft, in the lower 48, but
costs and arrangements would have to be made after the sale.
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