1973 Rockwell Commander 112TC

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The Rockwell Commander 112TC is a single-engine, four-seat airplane that was produced by the Rockwell International Corporation in the 1970s. It is a high-wing, all-metal aircraft with fixed landing gear and is powered by a Lycoming IO-360 engine. The 112TC is known for its rugged construction and good performance, and it is a popular choice for personal and business aviation. It has a cruising speed of around 160 knots (184 mph) and a range of around 600 nautical miles (690 miles). It is no longer in production.


  • Total Time: 3865
  • Leather interior, paint, Pfluger carbon panel overlay, by Commander in 2001
  • Hartzel 3 blade prop
  • LED landing lights, flap-gap seals
  • Garmin 430 WAAS
  • S-tec30 autopilot
  • Stratus ADS-B
  • Dual Garmin G5s
  • JPI 730
  • Aerospace Logic fuel gauge
  • Electronics International Oil Temp/pressure gauge
  • Annual 11/2022
  • IFR current
  • 2-place Precise Air oxygen system with filling tanks and regulators

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