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1967 CESSNA 180H For Sale in Buffalo, Oklahoma

This 1967 Cessna 180H is a higher than average "working" type backcountry aircraft. The aircraft runs smoothly has great performance!

For Sale$110,000
Posted by Tim Olowokere Updated 10/7/2020

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Details

  • Status
    For Sale
  • Condition
    New
  • Year
    1967
  • Make
    CESSNA
  • Model
    180H
  • Reg #
    N180AQ
  • Serial #
    18051848
  • Airframe
    9796 hrs
  • Engine
    1216 hrs SMOH
  • Special Use
    Other
  • Location
    Buffalo, Oklahoma

Summary:

 

This 1967 Cessna 180H is a higher than average "working" type backcountry aircraft. The aircraft runs smoothly has great performance! The 520 (470-50) and the 86 inch wide chord C401 McCauley make a great combination that allows this 180 to behave like a 185.The plane is just out of annual but should not need anything major to be certified for flight again!

Logs, video, and additional pictures may be viewed here:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/uj10rt1uwroal6u/AADuubh2NJ6z4G5OmHltX2EIa?dl=0

Airframe Details:

TTAF 9,796

Engine(s) Details:

SMOH 1,216 (2,000HR TBO)
SPOH 507 SPC
Continental O-470-50 P. Ponk Engine Upgrade
Engine overhaul performed 1998 by CS Industries Inc. in Viola, KS.
McCauley 3 Blade Prop
 

Avionics:

4 PL Intercom, Dual Push To Talk Buttons, 12V Power Receptacle, Upgraded Powder Coated Panel, Dual Map/Panel Lights, Alternate Static Source, SF2000 Strike Finder, STEC ST196 Auto Pilot, 2EA King KX155 Nav/Com, King 208 VOR, King 209 GS, Garmin GNC 250XL GPS Nav/Com, King KMA24 Audio Panel, GCR 30C & GCR 30P Engine/Fuel Monitors W/ Warning Lights. Currently out of Annual (Due 6-30-2020), Benedix King KT-76A Transponder, ADSB Included in purchase price but not installed

Maintenance:

Just out of annual June 30, 2020

History:
The N number N180AQ "African Queen" was given to this 180 when it was imported into the USA in 1995 after spending many years in Botswana and Lethsoto. It was used as a big game survey aircraft. The logs this prior to 1995 are sporadic but there are some significant logs to verify times. The logs from the 1995 Import to the USA are very full and complete and comprehensive. There are three thick binders of logs and STC's and everything is very well documented. The engine and prop were both installed well after the US Importation and both have complete logs.

Addition Features, Equipment or Comments:

Monarch Fuel Caps, Engine Pre Heater, Oilmatic Pre-Oiling System, Air-Oil Separator, Lamar Light Weight Starter, Tinted Rosen Visors, McFarlane Seat Rails & Articulating Pilot Seat, Hooker Shoulder Harness, Snider Speed Kit, BAS Tail Pull Handles, Flap Gap Seals (Knots 2 U), Horton STOL Fences, Leading Edge Cuffs and Aileron Gap Seals, Madra Droop Tips, Sea Planes West Engine Mount, Six Bolt Alaska Bush Wheels, 8.50x6 Mains W/ Double Puck Brakes, 6.00x6 XP Mod Tailwheel, P. Ponk Landing Gear Upgrade, Signal Wingtip Strobes, Extended Baggage Compartment W/ Access Door, Fuel: 60 gal wings + 18 gal aux= 78 gal, 812 LBS Useful Load, IFR

Make
Model
Hours
engine
Continental
O-470-50 P
1216 hrs SMOH

Engine(s) Details:

SMOH 1,216 (2,000HR TBO)
SPOH 507 SPC
Continental O-470-50 P. Ponk Engine Upgrade
Engine overhaul performed 1998 by CS Industries Inc. in Viola, KS.
McCauley 3 Blade Prop

Airframe Details:

TTAF 9,796

4 PL Intercom, Dual Push To Talk Buttons, 12V Power Receptacle, Upgraded Powder Coated Panel, Dual Map/Panel Lights, Alternate Static Source, SF2000 Strike Finder, STEC ST196 Auto Pilot, 2EA King KX155 Nav/Com, King 208 VOR, King 209 GS, Garmin GNC 250XL GPS Nav/Com, King KMA24 Audio Panel, GCR 30C & GCR 30P Engine/Fuel Monitors W/ Warning Lights. Currently out of Annual (Due 6-30-2020), Benedix King KT-76A Transponder, ADSB Included in purchase price but not installed

Maintenance:

Just out of annual June 30, 2020

History:
The N number N180AQ "African Queen" was given to this 180 when it was imported into the USA in 1995 after spending many years in Botswana and Lethsoto. It was used as a big game survey aircraft. The logs this prior to 1995 are sporadic but there are some significant logs to verify times. The logs from the 1995 Import to the USA are very full and complete and comprehensive. There are three thick binders of logs and STC's and everything is very well documented. The engine and prop were both installed well after the US Importation and both have complete logs.

Seller Information

Name: Erin Pitts
Address: 55 Woodlake Road
 Albany, New York 12203
 US

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