1980 Cessna 182 Turbo RG II










Cessna 182

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Skywagons.com, LLC
3501 Airport Road, Bldg 2
Placerville CA 95667
Alternate Phone: (530) 642-2806
Aircraft Summary
92 gallon "wet wing" Turbo normalized 540 Lycoming engine Hydraulic gear pump replaced in 2000 Small raised gas caps Ground service plug Wingtip strobes Nav light detectors Brackett Air filter Rear seat ventilators Static wicks Factory Oxygen Rotating beacon Right side openable window Cabin cover Dual articulating front seats High backed split rear bench seat Rudder trim Hub caps
Registration: N4633S
Serial Number: 18201363

Airframe Time: 3458 Hours Total Time
Engine Time: 1577 Hours SMOH by Mattituck in 1997 on 0-540 Lycoming, 2000 hour TBO
Propeller Time: 651 SPOH Hours SPOH on McCauley two blade
Annual Due: June 2020
Useful Load: 1176 Lbs.
Sperry Audio panel with 3 LMB
MX 385 Digital flip/flop 760 channel Nav/Com
Sperry glide slope
Sperry RT 385A 760 channel digital Nav/Com
Sperry VOR/Localizer indicator with Automatic radial centering
Sperry RT 459A transponder with Mode C
King KN 64 Digital DME
Cessna 300A Autopilot
S-Tec PSS 60 Pitch stabilization altitude hold
True airspeed indicator
Post Lightas
Avionics master switch
Astro-Tech Digital LC-2 Timer
PS Engineering PM 1000 Four place intercom
GEM Insight graphic engine monitor
Electric trim
Remote Altitude connect/disconnect on yoke
Dual yoke mounted drilled push-to-talk buttons
Outside air temp gauge
Alcor analog EGT gauge
Grey leather seats. Blue carpets and blue accents on door trim. Cream side panels with light grey headliner. Overall 7.75 out of 10.
Original poly paint in factory scheme. Overall white with brown major and tan minor accents in very good condition for it's age. Overall rated 7.75 out of 10.
We sold this plane about 10 years ago to this current owner. We are now selling it again for him. The 1980 model has some significant features over the 1979. Namely the oil filter is relocated to the back of the engine bay where it can actually cool the oil. The air intakes at the front of the cowling are more aerodynamic. The battery is moved from under the cowl near the exhaust to the rear fuselage behind a panel with the O2 tank. This configuration starts in 1980 and goes to the end of production in 1986. The turbo normalizing of the derated, long lived 540 Lycoming and the 92 gallon wet wing make this a very fast reliable, stable cross country IFR cruiser. Complete logs. No hail.

Skywagons.com, LLC
3501 Airport Road, Bldg 2
Placerville CA 95667
Alternate Phone: (530) 642-2806
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