1960 Cessna 175B Skylark

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The Cessna 175B Skylark is a single-engine, four-seat airplane that was produced by cessna between 1958 and 1962. It is a high-wing, tricycle gear aircraft equipped with a fixed-pitch propeller. It was designed as a personal and light transportation aircraft, and was popular among private pilots and flight schools. The Cessna 175B is powered by a continental GO-300 engine and has a cruise speed of around 140 knots. The aircraft has a range of about 500 nautical miles, depending on conditions. It has a wingspan of 33 feet 4 inches and a length of 25 feet 1 inch. The empty weight of the aircraft is 1,650 pounds and the maximum takeoff weight is 2,500 pounds.


  • Total Time: 2720 hrs
  • Hours since major: 741 hrs
  • Date of Major: 08/26/1978
  • Name of Engine Shop: Stafford Aviation
  • Horespower: 175 HP
  • Manufacturer: Continental Model: GO-300
  • Serial Number: 16058-O-D
  • KX-155 Digital Nav-Com w/208 CDI Indicator
  • King KR-87 Digital ADF w/ Flight Timer
  • Narco AT-50A TSO Transponder w/ Terra AT-3000 Blind Encoder
  • Other Equipment
  • Fiberglass "Super Tips" (STOL Droop Wingtips) (STC #SA2229WE)
  • EGT Gauge
  • Carburetor Temp Gauge
  • Amp Meter
  • Pilot's Clock
  • Remote ELT
  • Gross takeoff weight = 2350 lbs
  • McCauley Propeller / Model: 1B175 / Serial #72324

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