Condition: Used Model Year: 1979
Make: Cessna

IF YOU HAVE EVER WANTED A SWEETHEART OF YOUR OWN. .HERE IS YOUR CHANCE! ! This aircraft is for sale locally. The aircraft will be sold to the first buyer that has a deposit in my bank. The key to cost efficient aircraft ownership is finding a well maintained aircraft. Look no further than this pampered "pride of ownership" Cessna R182. No expense was spared by her very meticulous owner. The owner purchased the aircraft for his beloved daughter to build time. She has moved on to a Part 121 carrier and is passing this aircraft on to the next lucky buyer!
Please contact me via email at W esdixon@flymaxaircraft.com or call with any questions regarding this aircraft. What is it ?
She is 1979 Cessna R182 (182RG) with 235hp O-540-J3C5D. Perhaps, the greatest aircraft that Cessna ever built. .or stopped building. Over 1250lbs of useful load (compare to 1150lbs in the six seat Bonanza A36). The amazing utility of a standard C182, but 17kts faster than the fixed gear version. Also, the Lycoming engine has a 2000hr TBO vs. ( Not the Continental engin, 230hp and only 1800hr TBO). The 182RG sips around 12-13gph in normal cruise between 6000-7000ft (even less at higher altitudes). This plane always turns heads! ! Nice paint, incredible avionics, and gorgeous leather…this girl is a true “turn key” aircraft.
Learn more about the Pros and Cons of the R182 in this informative article below. .
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What are the times? 5930 TTAF This bird is still a baby. 1990 SFRM (Lycoming) 1990 SPOH *Many will question the higher time (Factory Remanufactured) engine. Food for thought: These (normally aspirated) engines are not uncommon to run strong for 3000+ hours! Why overhaul her until it" needed? This is essentially free flight time (minus the fuel)! No need for overhaul setbacks, etc…. Just hop in and go. Enjoy and fly on the cheap! ! Plus, this was a zero time engine when installed. .overhaul (whenever that time comes) will be cheaper and an absolute non-issue.
Avionics upgraded 1/2018 GNS530W (LPV Approach Coupled) Century III Autopilot (Fully coupled w/ Altitude hold) GTX345 Transponder (ADS-B In/out with Bluetooth connectivity to portables/tablets running foreflight or Garmin Pilot) Garmin G5 EHSI with GAD 29B kit for GPSS PS Engineering PMA8000BT (Bluetooth and 4 place intercom) KX155 Nav/Com recently overhauled WX10 Stormscope
Engine Mfg: Dextron Lycoming Model Number: O-540-J3C5D (Normally Aspirated) Rated HP: 235 Time: 1990 SFRM
TBO: 2000 hrs Compressions: All compressions > 70 and one cylinder was even 80!
Condition PAINT- 7 out of 10. Painted around year 2000. ALWAYS HANGARED AND LOOKS GREAT FOR A 19 YEAR OLD PAINT JOB! ! INTERIOR- 8+ out of 10. Soft leather, nice carpet, new plastic, all new tinted glass! PLASTIC- 8/10 TIRES- 50% treadlife Good Year tires GLASS- 10 out of 10 (with exception to crazing on overhead skylights) CARPET- 8 out of 10.
92 Gallon "wet wing" FRESH March annual inspection 60 Amp Alternator/ 28V System Rosen Sun Visors Strobe Lights Pilot and Copilot Articulating Seats Dual Opening Windows Rear seat air vents Factory shoulder harnesses Nav light detectors Ground Service Plug Factory extended baggage Bracket Air Filter Rudder
Please contact me via email at wesdixon@flymaxaircraft.com or call 770-337-1231 with any questions regarding this aircraft. This aircraft will be at OshKosh 2019! ! Call me to have a look! !
Located in Chanhassen, Minnesota, United States.
Current date: 2019-06-17