Cessna 152

Cessna 152                       ***SOLD***         $32,500
 

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General Info
Make: Cessna Registration Number: N6202Q
Model: 152 Serial Number: 15285192
Model Year: 1981 Engine: 0-235-L2C (110 hp)
Location: Trenton-Robbinsville (N87) Engine TBO:
2400 hrs recommended
Gear: Fixed Prop: Fixed
Logbook Time
Total Time: (Hours since New) 5300 Log books
Complete
Engine: (Since Major Overhaul) 1100 Prop: (Since Major Overhaul)      -0-
Maintenance Info
Annual due: (Date) May, 2015
IFR Certification Due: N/A
ELT Due: February, 2016
AD's complete? (Yes / No) Yes, all 337's and 8130's complete
Engine Overhaul By: Triad Aviation
Summary
Very clean and low-time 152.  Nice paint & interior. Fresh & thorough annual including prop overhaul. No corrosion, all ADs complied.  Ready to fly for your next $100 $50 hamburger!
Avionics
  Make / Model
NAV/COM #1: Cessna ARC RT385a
Transponder: Narco AT-165A digital
Intercom: Sigtronics
Exterior
Color(s): White w/ blue trim
Paint Condition:
(1 to 10, 10 being the highest)
7
Interior
Color(s): Gray
Fabric: Vinyl
Condition:
(1 to 10, 10 being the highest)
7
Glass condition: Good
Other:  
Performance
Cruise Speed: (at 75% power) 106 kts *
Useful Load: (remaining after full fuel) 372 lbs * (528 lbs empty)
Fuel Capacity: 26 gal std
Fuel burn: (average) 6.67 GPH *
Range: 315 nm *
Specific Range: ((Efficiency = Cruise Speed ÷ Lbs per hour of fuel burn) (The higher the number, the better the efficiency)) 2.65
* Note: Performance figures are estimates based on best available information (from POH, Vref, etc.) and may not be exact for this particular aircraft.
Comments

Cessna modernized the proven 150 design and delivered the first 152 in 1977 as the 1978 model year. Cessna’s design goals were to improve useful load with a gross weight increase to 1670 lbs, decrease internal and external noise levels, and run better on the then newly introduced 100LL fuel. The 152 was intended to compete with the new Piper Tomahawk and Beechcraft Skipper which were both introduced that same year. Production ended in 1985 after a total of 7,584 airplanes rolled off of the assembly line, including A152 and FA152 Aerobat variants.

The Cessna 152 is one of the most popular small airplanes ever produced. It is forgiving of mistakes and easy to fly. The high wing configuration means that visibility from the cockpit is excellent. It is also quite adequate for short field landings and turf strips. As such, thousands of people are proud to have learned to fly in it and it still remains one of the best training aircraft available.

This 152 is a very low-time airplane that looks and flies great! It has a fresh and thorough annual.  This airplane is ready to fly for your next $100 $50 hamburger! Give Dave a call!

Contact Us About This Aircraft

Please call Dave Mathiesen at 609-259-2400