1969 Cessna 337D

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The Cessna 337D is a twin-engine light aircraft produced by Cessna Aircraft Company. It is a development of the Cessna 337 Skymaster, a light aircraft with a unique push-pull configuration. The 337D was introduced in 1965 and featured an improved engine, a larger cabin, and a higher gross weight. It was produced until 1979, and a total of 572 aircraft were built. The 337D is powered by two Lycoming IO-360-C1C6 engines, each producing 200 hp. It has a maximum speed of 170 knots and a range of up to 830 miles. The aircraft can accommodate up to 5 passengers and has a service ceiling of 17,500 feet.


  • Total Time: 6126
  • Engine Model: IO360 engines (non-Turbo)
  • Multiple Engines and Props:
  • Front Engine: Factory Remanufactured 2009, 642.9 SMOH
  • Rear Engine: Factory Remanufactured 2009, 642.9 SMOH
  • Front Prop: 64.8 April 28/2010
  • Rear Prop: 18.8 April 11/2011
  • Avionics:
  • SL30 Digital Nav/Comm, Apollo GX65 Digital GPS/Comm,
  • SL70 Transponder/altitude encoder, KR87 Digital ADF, PS Engineering PMA7000-S audio panel/intercom.
  • Robertson STOL kit (most desired, best performance)
  • Cessna SID inspections carried out. 406 elt

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