Cessna Cardinal - 177 RG II Cardinal N52660

Cessna Cardinal - 177 RG II Cardinal N52660

$72,000.00

Description

For sale on the Flymall by Kraemer Aviation is this very clean low airframe time and low engine time Cessna 177 RG Cardinal.

As of January 2 2019 we have a signed purchase agreement/contract and deposit on the aircraft.

Same owner since 1988. Hangared since 1988.

See link below for 150 high resolution pictures.


The aircraft is located at the Frederick Municipal Airport.

GPS address for driving directions:
330 Aviation Way
Frederick, Maryland 21701


Click here for airport details



The closest airline airports are: KHGR, KBWI, KIAD, KDCA

There are 3 maintenance facilities at KFDK:

Advanced Helicopter Concepts http://www.advancedhelicopter.com/site/ 301-694-5313

Frederick Flight Center https://frederickflightcenter.com/ 240-529-5500

Signature https://www.signatureflight.com/locations/fdk 301-662-8156




It is the responsibility of the buyer to verify that all equipment is working to their satisfaction. The listing of avionics or other equipment does not necessarily mean that the equipment is working. Kraemer Aviation, Flymall.org, or the broker does not perform any inspections or operational test to any aircraft, avionics, or other equipment prior to listing the aircraft for sale. All aircraft are sold as is, where is.
Equipment Specifications
Year1977
ManufacturerCessna
Model177 RG II Cardinal
Serial Number177RG1235
Registration NumberN52660
LocationFrederick, Maryland
ConditionUsed
Total Time1463
Flight RulesIFR
Number of Seats4
Detailed Information
Detailed Description
The Cessna 177 Cardinal is a light single-engine, high-wing general aviation aircraft that was intended to replace Cessna's 172 Skyhawk. First announced in 1967, it was produced from 1968 to 1978. The Cessna 177 was designed in the mid-1960s when the engineers at Cessna were asked to create a "futuristic 1970s successor to the Cessna 172". The resulting aircraft featured newer technology such as a cantilever wing lacking the lift struts of previous models, and a new laminar flow airfoil. The final aircraft in the 177 line was the retractable-gear 177RG Cardinal RG, which Cessna began producing in 1971 as a direct competitor to the Piper PA-28-200R Cherokee Arrow and Beechcraft Sierra. The nose gear folds rearward; when opened the gear door formed a small air brake behind the propeller.
Airframe
1463 TTAF
See airframe logs below for more details
30 degrees of flaps


Tac reading December 11 2018 was 1463.5

The aircraft has had 2 partial gear-up or gear collapse landings due to mechanical issues.
Engine Specs
451 SMOH in 1992
See engine log below for more details
Compressions at December 2018 annual were 70, 74, 74, 76

Last overhaul was November 1992. The engine was installed on the aircraft 12-17-1992 and the tac time was 1012.0, current tac is 1463.5.
Prop(s)
New prop August 2010
See prop log below for details
Avionics/Radios
2 KX170B NAV/COMs
KT76A Transponder
300 A Auto-pilot
King ADF
Yoke mounted Garmin 496
Additional Equipment
Second or backup altimeter
Dual glide slopes
Wing-tip strobes and a tail beacon
Exterior
White and tan
Interior
White and tan
Inspection Status
Last annual was November 21 2018
The 91.411 and 91.413 certs were completed October 2017
Today in Aviation History
January 20, 1953: First licensed pilot to become President , Dwight D Eisenhower. He soloed in 1937 while serving with Gen Douglas MacArthur in the Philippines and received his pilot's license (#93528) in July 1939. Eisenhower was also the first to have a presidential helicopter, in 1957. First President as a combat pilot was George H Bush, who flew combat missions in a USN Grumman TBF during WW2. Neither, however, pursued a career in aviation. Son, George W Bush, was first President qualified as jet pilot (Texas ANG).