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1973 Cessna 180J Skywagon

Reg # N79TC


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Aircraft Total Time: 3900 Hours
Engine Time: 9 (nine) Hours Since factory Reman' (2019)
Propeller Time: 9 hours, Since New two blade McCauley

Annual Due: November 2024
Useful Load: 1050 Lbs


Sperry audio panel with 3 LMB
Garmin GNC 175 Color IFR Moving map GPS
King KX 155 digital flip/flop 760 channel Nav/com
King KI 209 glide slope/VOR/localizer indicator
ICom digital flip/flop nav/com with indicator
S-Tec 30 autopilot
Dual USB 12 volt power outlets
Four place intercom
Analog clock
Electronics International Graphic engine analyser
Remote Autopilot controls on yoke
Hamilton vertical card compass


Overall bright white with very classic, traditional scheme in dark blue. Overall excellent. Rated 9 out of 10.


Very good condition throughout. Tan utility side panels with matching seats, vinyl sides and fabric faces. Cream headliner. Second row jump seats and second row bench seat included. Overall rated 8 out of 10.

Additional Equipment

84 gallons long range fuel
Robertson STOL kit (No cuff, drooping ailerons and fences)
Tail "Hockey stick" AD complied with
Monarch gas caps
BAS Inertia reel shoulder harnesses
Rosen Visors
Right side opening window
Brackett air filter
Extended exhaust
3rd and 4th jump seats
3rd and 4th rear bench seat included
Cleveland wheels and brakes
Hub caps
850x6 main tires
Wingtip strobes
Strut cuff fairings
Rear seat vents


Two owners since new. Current owner last 39 years. Based in Idaho since new. Hangared since new. Long range fuel, but no float kit. No damage history, no hail, no corrosion. Complete logs. The Robertson STOL on a 1973 or newer Cessna does not need a leading edge cuff because the "camber cuff" leading edge that Cessna put on all the 72 and newer 180's, 182's, 185's, 206's, 172's are actually the Robertson STOL leading edge. So on a plane like this, there is no cuff, but there is a fence on top of the wings and the ailerons droop progressively with the flaps when lowered., LLC


Phone: (530) 306-4648

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