1952 Cessna 170 B N2305D

1952 Cessna 170 B N2305D


Please read all information carefully.

UPDATE OCTOBER 28 2022 - We have an offer on the plane that has been accepted by the seller. The offer is for $12,000.00 USD. We also have a standby offer of $12,000.00 USD. It is likely sold.

Feel free to make an offer.

This aircraft is being sold as is, where is. It has been deregistered by the FAA. According to AIC Title Service, it will take about 6 months to get the aircraft re-registered.

Kraemer Aviation did not remove any inspection panels nor did we inspect for corrosion.

The interested buyer will pay Kraemer Aviation (directly) a deposit of $500 to hold the aircraft.

It has been sitting at least 15 years.

There are no log books.

The plane is located at Slater Field Airport 00MD in Maryland.

The airport address for driving directions is:

Click here for the AirNav page for 00MD

The closest general aviation airport is Easton Airport/Newnam Field KESN.

Click here for the AirNav page for Easton Airport/Newnam Field

The closest airline airport is Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport KBWI.
Equipment Specifications
Serial Number20457
Registration NumberN2305D
LocationFederalsburg, Maryland
Number of Seats4
Detailed Information
Detailed Description
This is a project aircraft only. It is being sold out of annual and deregistered by the FAA.
The current owner (Thomas) states that it has 3605 TTAF however there are no log books to verify this.

Kraemer Aviation is brokering this plane for Thomas H. Thomas purchased the plane from Larry Robinson many years ago.

Click here for a copy of the FAA Bill Of Sale signed by Larry Robinson

Larry Robinson (FAA last registered owner) was going through a divorce and his now ex-wife stole the aircraft log books and most likely destroyed them. At one point, the A&P that was maintaining the aircraft started to fill out some new log books. The entries are not signed and very little details were included. This A&P did have them notarized (all this means is that a notary verified that he did sign them). So for all practical purposes, there are no log books. The airworthiness certificate was also stolen and destroyed by Larry's ex-wife. We spoke with a Designated Airworthiness Representative ( DAR ), and he told us that it will take about 4 to 5 hours ($120.00 per hour) for him to inspect the aircraft and issue a new airworthiness certificate (plus travel expenses). The aircraft would need to be re-registered first.

Kraemer Aviation did take a few pictures of these "new" or "recreated logs", see the link below.

Click here for the recreated logs

Engine Specs
The current owner (Thomas) states that it has 1749 hours on the engine however there are no log books to verify this.

Kraemer Aviation did not get pictures of the engine due to concern with bees under the cowling.

Per the recreated logbooks, the engine is an O-300. See link above to view the recreated logbooks.
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