1975 Cessna 182P Skylane
1975 Cessna 182P Skylane
N5904J SN 18263572
PAINT: WHITE OVERALL WITH RED & GRAY METALLIC TRIM
The aircraft paint [repainted in 1993] covers and protects the airframe very well and is in overall excellent condition. The paint has a very nice luster over the airframe and is not showing any apparent oxidation. There are some very small chips of missing paint – mostly on the cowling where the halves join. The rest of the airframe shows only a few very small paint dings - such as on the top of the nose fairing, strut leading edge, leading edge of the horizontal stabilizer, and near the rear window. There is a crack on the lower forward portion of the right-wing tip.
The windshield and cabin windows are clear, with minimal light scratches and no hazing. There is a small area of speckles on the lower forward bottom corner of the pilot's door window.
AIRFRAME: 4581 HOURS TOTAL
ENGINE: 181 HOURS SINCE OVERHAUL [7/10/15]
TCM O-470-50 w/P-Ponk Increased Power conversion
2000 hour TBO
PROP: 181 HOURS SINCE NEW MT COMPOSITE PROP
IN THE PANEL:
Garmin 340 Audio w/4-place ICS
Garmin GNC 255A NavCom w/ILS
Apollo GX-60 GPS/COM
[GPS approved for IFR enroute and non-precision approaches]
Garmin 696 panel mounted with XM Antenna.
Garmin GTX 327 Transponder with encoder
JPI EDM 930 Engine monitor w/Fuel Flow
Century II Autopilot
Garmin 496 Control Wheel Mounted
ADDITIONAL AIRFRAME NOTES:
LED landing and Taxi Lights
Plane Power Alternator Conversion
Complete and detailed logs from factory new.
Annual – 8/15/2017
IFR Certification – 6/9/17
Useful Load – 1187 pounds
60 Gallon Fuel System
Our pre-listing comprehensive flight test revealed a very well balanced and extremely smooth flying aircraft. The increased horse power from the P-Ponk Conversion and the MT Composite Prop offered a solid 1,000 feet per minute climb from 1,000 feet MSL to 7,500 Feet MSL, where it then showed a cruise speed of 136 knots - true at 21.5 inches MP and 2450 RPM. At cruise with the cowl flaps closed, the hottest CHT was 382 degrees. All avionics and systems worked perfectly. The recently overhauled Century II autopilot nicely flew heading, Nav, GPS, and localizer. In fact, all systems and equipment functioned normally.
INTERIOR: LIGHT GRAY SEATS, UPPER SIDE PANELS AND PLASTIC TRIM WITH MAROON CLOTH SEAT INSERTS AND LOWER SIDE PANELS. DARK GRAY CARPET.
The interior was partially redone in 2010 and presents itself well. The front seats and side panels exhibit no tears, loose stitching, or fraying. There are two small tears on the rear bench seat, exposing the cushion foam. There is some staining and scuffing on the high contact areas of carpet under the panel, and heavier staining and wear on the baggage area carpet. The plastic trim is generally quite good throughout the main cabin - exhibiting a clean and smooth finish with minimal cracking. However, the plastic trim in the lower baggage area does show considerable cracking, with some missing sections.
There is no record or evidence of any major damage history. The following repairs have been recorded: 1977- Replaced left stabilizer skin; 1993 - Replace rudder skin; 2011 - Replace left wing leading edge skin (Note, this was due to an improperly installed inspection access panel noticed during an annual inspection); 2017 - Outboard right wing leading edge and skin hangar rash repair.
The complete logbook history has been scanned and is available upon request through our DropBox account along with an extensive array of photos.
N5904J IS UNDER CONTRACT
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT
GUY MAHER AT 704-287-3475
AIRCRAFT IS LOCATED AT THE STATESVILLE
REGIONAL AIRPORT, KSVH, STATESVILLE, NC.
Although every effort has been made to accurately represent the specifications and condition of this aircraft, all information is presented with no warranties expressed or implied and subject to buyer verification. A pre-purchase evaluation for the benefit of the buyer is highly recommended.
Aircraft availability is subject to prior sale or removal from market.