1968 Cessna 177 Cardinal

1968 Cessna 177 Cardinal

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Aircraft Summary​

The Cessna 177 was designed as a “futuristic 1970s successor to the Cessna 172”. The resulting aircraft featured newer technology such as a cantilever wing lacking the lift struts of previous models, and a new laminar flow airfoil. The 177 is the only production high-wing single-engine Cessna since the Cessna 190 & 195 series to have both fixed landing gear and a cantilever wing without strut bracing allowing the pilot an unobstructed view when making a turn. The 177 offers much better upward visibility than a 172 because of its steeply raked windscreen and more aft-mounted wing. The absence of an obstructing wing support strut also makes the aircraft an excellent platform for aerial photography.

Lycoming IO-360 180 HP

Compressions: #1:79/80,#2:79/80, #3:79/80,#4:77/80

SMOH: 1413

STOH: 1413

Props: 0 SPOH: 0

Narco MK12D TSO EDO Aire Nav/Com #2 #1 ILS / #2 LOC King KR86 ADF Century I Auto Pilot Loran King KT78A Transponder ACK ELT Wag-Aero EGT Marker Beacon

Exterior: Madera Red / Gold Stripe / White 8/10

Interior: Red Cloth 8/10

Lycoming 180 HP

New Carpet!

NEW Concorde RG35AXC Battery

Electric Elevator / Aileron Trim

NEW Hartzell Propeller

Many Speed Modifications

2/4 Place Intercom

Wing Interior: Anti-Corrosion Treatment

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