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1964 Cessna 182

Reg # N625MB


  • 1964 Cessna 182 Photo 2
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Airframe Time: 6050 Hours Total Time
Engine Time: 480 Hours SMOH Continental 0-470-50 P-Ponk (520) 270 HP. 2003.
Propeller Time: 480 Hours SNEW on MT Three blade

Annual Due: January 2021
Useful Load: 985 Lbs


Garmin GMA 345 Audio panel with intercom and 3LMB
Garmin GNC 255A digital flip/flop 760 channel Nav/com
Garmin GTX 330 Mode S Transponder
Uavionix ADSB out wingtip beacon
Electronics International MVP 50 Engine management display
Avionics Master switch
Remote ELT Control panel
Four place intercom
Outside air temperature gauge


Overall white with a bright red major accent and gold pinstripe in a traditional Cessna 182 Scheme. It is an older paint job and so has a few scratches here and there. Especially on the cowling where the canard touches when the cowling is being removed and also on the leading edges of the wings and struts. Overall rated 7 out of 10.


Traditional tan and brown wool and vinyl seats and side-panels. Cream headliner and brown carpet. Overall quite good condition with early signs of wear here and there. Rated 7 out of 10.

Additional Equipment

Full WREN 460 Conversion when new in 1964
Four Ailerons that droop
Four flaps that droop
"Wren's Teeth" on top of the wings. (These move with the ailerons when the flaps are down)
P-Ponk 470-50 carburetted 520 engine at 270 HP
High performance lighweight MT Three blade prop
Horton STOL
Canard on the lower cowling
Factory zinc chromate corrosion proofing since new (Export)
65 Gallons fuel capacity
Factory shoulder harnesses
Seat arrestor belt on the floor
LED Strobes
LED Landing and taxi lights
McFarlane seat rail
Full rear bench seat
Double puck Cleveland wheels and brakes
800x6 main tires
700x6 oversized nose wheel and fork
Large non-congealing oil cooler
Horizontal stabilizer abrasion boots
Oversized elevator counterweights
Spring loaded tail-skid


It was converted to a WREN 460 when new in 1964 and immediately went to Australia where it lived almost all it's live until 2017 when it was re-imported to the US. It has complete logs since new in the Australian format which means there is far too much to scan. Below are the logs since import in 2017. No hail. Factory export zinc-chromate corrosion proofing since new., LLC


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