Cessna 182 T N3552L

Cessna 182 T N3552L



Here is a very nice Cessna 182 T for sale. This aircraft has never been a trainer. Privately owned and operated since new.

Based at the Montgomery County Airpark.

Airport address is:
7940 Airpark Road
Gaithersburg, MD 20879

The closest airline airports are BWI, IAD, or DCA

Click here for airport details

Click here for the FAA registry page

Tags: Cessna 182 for sale, 182T for sale, 182 T for sale. 2001 Cessna 182
Equipment Specifications
Serial Number18281021
Registration NumberN3552L
LocationGaithersburg, Maryland
Total Time1360
Flight RulesIFR
Number of Seats4
Detailed Information
Detailed Description
Offered by Kraemer Aviation on Flymall.org. This very low time 182 T is in excellent condition. It is well equipped. A two owner aircraft. It still smells new inside. It has been hangared since new.
1360 TT since new.

On April 15 2017 the current hobbs was 1360.4 and the current tac was 1100.4

There has been several repairs to the elevator skins due to hangar rash.

See airframe logs below for more details.
Engine Specs
Installed rebuilt engine serial number RL-22114-48E on April 5 2013 at tac time 822.7

Engine model IO-540-AB1A5

277 hours on the engine

May 29 2015 - The engine was disassembled for a prop strike. The owner started the engine with the tow bar still on.

See engine logs below for more details

2 KX 155A NAV/COMs
KT 76C Transponder
KAP 140 Autopilot
KMA 28 Audio Panel
Additional Equipment
Ryan TCAD 9900BX (Avidyne TAS-600 Traffic Advisory System)
Avidyne ATD150 TAS Traffic Display
Honeywell KDR-610 XM Satellite Receiver (XM Weather)
White with teal, gray, and purple stripes
Black leather - like new.
Inspection Status
Last annual was February 2017. Tac time was 1086.7
ELT battery due Dec 2017
91.413 & 91.411 Certs completed February 2017
Today in Aviation History
May 25, 1927: Lt. James A. Doolittle files the first outside loop in a Curtiss P-1-B pursuit plane at McCook Field. Starting at an altitude of 8000 ft Doolittle pointed the nose of the a/c down and describes a circle of 2000 ft diameter, leveling out at his original altitude. At the bottom of the circle, flying inverted, it is estimated that his a/c was traveling at 280 mph. The outside loop had not been previously attempted because of fear that the a/c would disintegrate. [Note: French pilot Pegoud is purported to have performed outside loops prior to this date.]