Offering a larger, 110HP Lycoming O-235 power plant with a 475nm range, the Cessna 152 was approved in 1977 as the replacement to the less capable Cessna 150. With a newly design flap lever ('set and forget') and larger fuselage, tail and baggage areas, the type sold over 7000 units over its short, 8-year production run until 1985.
This aircraft offers excellent engine, propeller and magneto times to run, Bendix King and Garmin avionics & 11-months to run on the annual. A perfect hour builder, flight trainer or aero-club line workhorse.
Primary (engine / propeller 1)
Standard Cessna 152 instrumentation, Bendix King audio panel, Bendix King KX155 Nav/Com, VOR, Garmin GTX 325 Mode C transponder, ADF, EGT.
Sea Level @ 75% power