$75,750

1977 182Q, (Skylane II). S/N 18265435
Always hangared
2350 TTAF
1105 SMOH Superior Millenium, (2000TBO by Western Skyways, Montrose, CO Dec 2000)
All ADs complied with
current annual 5-12
$77,500
VReff value:
wholesale $69,500
retail $89,000.
Interior 8-9
Exterior 9-10
Some things I have done.
Exterior:
Paint (by Kracon, Lincoln, CA 2006(Erin: )
New windshield and windows throughout
All fairings changed to fiberglass
New raised fuel caps
New wing tip strobes
Interior:
New fire resistant leather seats
Refurbished carpets, sidewalls and ceiling
New insulation throughout
most interior planels replaced
Hooker 4 point shoulder harness/s (front)
new DG, Turn/Bank, #2 radio
4 place stereo intercom
ARC 300 coupled auto pilot
Engine:
JPI 800 engine/fuel monitor
carb temp gage
SOAP samples (Spectral Oil Analysis Program) since rebuild (Jan 2001)
EZ Heat (tm) engine heater
All logs, (Airframe, Engine, Propeller ) complete and up to date
All STCs logged (and organized,yellow tags complete)
Conformity Inspection 9-11 (that means replaced parts belong on the airplane)
Propeller Dynamic Balance 7-12
Corrosion program (Bi annual Corrosion X application)
I will add more stuff as I look through my logs more thoroughly.
I've maintained this aircraft as well as I can and flown it as gently as I can. I generally fly at 50-55% power (18-20"mp and 2150-2200rpm). I My fuel burn is consistently 10GPH overall and 9 in cruise, (as verified with fuel log since rebuild). This equates to 105-120 KTAS dependent on OAT, altitude and load. You can cruise at 130k.
The only other individual who has flown this aircraft since my purchase is my son, a Naval Aviator (we could certainly entertain the wisdom of that decision, as I am Air Force) and in my lap, my grandkids.
I don't use it for training and do not pull the power to idle except during pre take off check and touch down. That includes Biannual flight reviews.
I taxi at about 1200rpm, surface allowing. Tough on brakes, ($20 per set) but much better for plugs ($20 EACHx12) and to provide for adequate CHTs and EGTs to minimize lead deposits on cylinders walls, valves and plugs.
I try to keep temperature shocks as low as possible (0-2degrees C per minute) and reduce power no more than 2" at a time. Picky, yeah.
I've always tried to fly it at least once a week. Not always possible.
Battery on charger when not flown regularly (batteries are expensive)
I always preheat (as much as 24 hours if below freezing) before starting below 50F.


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