1972 Cessna 177RG Cardinal

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The Cessna 177 is a single-engine, four-seat, high-wing aircraft that was first produced in the late 1960s. It is a light aircraft that is often used for personal and recreational flying, as well as for training and other general aviation purposes. The 177RG Cardinal is powered by a Lycoming IO-360 piston engine, which produces up to 200 horsepower. It has a cruise speed of around 148 knots (170 mph) and a range of around 700 nautical miles. The Cessna 177 was in production from 1968 to 1978, and it has a reputation for being a reliable and easy-to-handle aircraft.


  • Total Time: 2899 hours
  • 4 Place intercom
  • Garmin 530W/430W,
  • Stec 30 with altitude hold & yoke mounted controls
  • PM Engineering 7000B audio panel,
  • Garmin GTX-327,
  • Garmin GDL-88 ADS-B.
  • All AD's complied with.
  • Slybolt cowling conversion kit
  • LED Taxi/Landing Lights
  • LED Wingtip Lights
  • New interior in 2014
  • Rosen Sunvisors
  • Custom center console
  • Custom powder coated panel

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