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Cessna A185F Amphibian for Sale

$169,500
Aircraft for Sale > Cessna A185F Amphibian
Aircraft Details
Year 1976
Serial No. 18503092
TTAF 2765 hrs
PAX Cap 4 PAX
Interior Brown Fabric
Exterior Vestal White
Engine N/A
Airframe N/A
Eng Prog N/A
Location N/A
Features
  • Flint Tip Tank
  • Long Range Fuel
  • Wipaire 3730 Amphib Floats

Cessna A185F Amphibian Aircraft For Sale SN 18503092

REGISTRATION:

N80MW

SERIAL NUMBER:

18503092

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TOTAL TIME:

2,765 Hrs TT

ENGINE:

455 Hrs SFACT

PROPELLER:

155 Hrs SPOH (3 BLADE MCCAULEY)

KING KMA 24 AUDIO PANEL
KING KX 155 NAV/COM
KING KT 76A XPONDER
GARMIN 500 AREA

SADDLE BROWN FABRIC

VESTAL WHITE, BAHAMA BLUE & RED

Cessna A185F Amphibian Aircraft For Sale

OTHER EQUIP:

WIPAIRE 3730 AMPHIB FLOATS
FLINT TIP TANK
LONG RANGE FUEL (96 GAL)
HORTON STOL
INCLUDES GEAR AND WHEELS

REMARKS:

LOGS COMPLETE FROM 1978

ANNUAL DUE:

7/18

ABOUT US:

In February 1964, Phil Gardner started his business selling aircraft. Today, Gardner Aircraft Sales’ level of quality is the result of Phil’s experience in the general aviation industry, culminating over the last 50 years. In his long aviation career he has been in thousands of cockpits, piloting a wide range of aircraft. As a result, he can offer an uncommon level of expertise with invaluable experience and aviation knowledge. His long career also includes many years spent refinishing aircraft interiors and custom paint work. We invite you to benefit from Phil’s experience in finding the best aircraft, at the best price that fits your needs.

In 1991, Gardner Aircraft Sales moved to Spruce Creek Fly-in (7FL6) where Phil has remained a resident ever since. With more than 600 based aircraft, the Spruce Creek Fly-in community is home to a wide range of aircraft.

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