1957 Cessna 182A

1957 Cessna 182A

Aircraft Summary​

The 182 is an all metal, four seat, high wing, single engine airplane equipped with tricycle landing gear, having a steerable nose wheel and two main wheels. The model 182 was a nose gear adaptation of the earlier, tail-dragging Cessna 180, an airplane that was to become revered for its ready adaptability to a variety of off-airport and on-airport jobs.

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Aircraft Summary​

The 182 is an all metal, four seat, high wing, single engine airplane equipped with tricycle landing gear, having a steerable nose wheel and two main wheels. The model 182 was a nose gear adaptation of the earlier, tail-dragging Cessna 180, an airplane that was to become revered for its ready adaptability to a variety of off-airport and on-airport jobs.

Looking for a great time-builder? This four-seat light aircraft with fixed landing gear, powered by a carbureted 230 hp (172 kW) Continental O-470-L piston engine, gross weight 2,650 lb (1,202 kg)

Their great value on the used markets is that they combine so much capability in so many areas that their collective score places them among the very best buys in the industry. Easy to fly. Easy to insure and sips fuel. The older 182s fly like a 172 with additional weight capacity.

Horsepower:

1 x 230 HP

Best Cruise Speed:

139 KIAS

Best Range (i):

513 NM

Fuel Burn @ 75%:

13.8 GPH

Stall Speed:

54 KIAS

Rate of climb:

1,130 FPM

Ceiling:

21,500 FT

Takeoff distance:

615 FT

Landing distance:

460 FT

Takeoff distance over 50ft obstacle:

1,080 FT

Landing distance over 50ft obstacle:

1,330 FT

Garmin 496

2,650 LBS
Empty Weight:
1,555 LBS
Maximum Payload:
950 LBS
Fuel capacity:
55 GAL

4 clean soft seats with good upkeep in all of the interior.

This airplane will come with a new annual. It was inspected in August. A pre-buy is available for perusal.

AA logbooks and maintenance records are in the spec sheet link. I have put the logs since 2000 on-line but have all the logs if needed. No evidence of accidents found.

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