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Old October 6th, 2010, 09:09 PM   #1
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For Sale: Gorgeous Cessna 205

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1963 Cessna 205 (fixed gear 210), Six passenger, IO-470-d (260 HP).

TTAF: 3020
SMOH: 380

Actively flown 100 hours/year SMOH.

Equipment includes: Garmin 430 WAAS, New Garmin Intercom, Garmin Transponder, S-TEC 50 Autopilot (Wing leveler, Heading track, Nav track, Altitude hold), new tach, new HSI, new Attitude Indicator, EGT/CHT gauge, all other instruments refurbished.

This airplane is an excellent short field bird, stable and a great IFR platform. Flaps to 40 degrees let this airplane land at 60 MPH and be stopped in less than 1200'

80 gallon fuel capacity, simple fuel management.

The airplane was repainted with a modern paint scheme and has been meticulously maintained. New windscreen, upholstery, carpet -- the works.

Slow down to 110 MPH and burn 10 GPH. Push it to 130 and burn 12-15 GPH (depending on load). Docile, well-mannered, honest airplane.

Includes a high performance checkout and familiarization flight instruction.

Airplane is located in Connellsville, PA (KVVS).

$110k (PM me here)

Pictures and more info will be posted here
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Old October 6th, 2010, 11:21 PM   #2
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Re: For Sale: Gorgeous Cessna 205

Always wondered what somebody was thinking when they put this at the end of an ad. Especially in bold font. Or if they really think the admonition will change anything.

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Old October 6th, 2010, 11:47 PM   #3
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Re: For Sale: Gorgeous Cessna 205

Dan, I'm really surprised that you can only get 113kts/130mph out of her. Even 130kts seems like it would be on the slow side.
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Always wondered what somebody was thinking when they put this at the end of an ad. Especially in bold font. Or if they really think the admonition will change anything.
C'mon, chucklehead... he means, "You'd better not smile when you make that offer!"
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Re: For Sale: Gorgeous Cessna 205

Then you probably wouldn't be surprised when my initial reaction starts with WTF.

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Re: For Sale: Gorgeous Cessna 205

i can offer $4500. Seriously.
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Re: For Sale: Gorgeous Cessna 205

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S-TEC 40 Autopilot (Wing leveler, Heading track, Nav track, altitude hold)
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Is that a typo? If you have an S-TEC 40, you don't have altitude hold. If you do have altitude hold (and there'll be an ALT button immediately above the dial), it's an S-TEC 50.
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Old October 7th, 2010, 05:38 AM   #8
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Re: For Sale: Gorgeous Cessna 205

Well, I don't see any times listed in either place, and I'm not seeing anything to make me think that anyone would pay more than $50k for this plane. When I read your ad, this is what I read:

"High time run out old plane that was totaled when it was new and rebuilt so out of rig it won't make close to speed (135-140kts is 75% cruise on every 205 I've ever flown and that's 4 different ones) and that someone is running harder than was ever intended (IO 470 putting out 300hp?!? WTF is up there?). I figure out how to get just what I need as cheap as possible (Is it a 430W or a 420W as you indicate on the other site? Why cobble together an STEC 40 system into an STEC 50?). I'm also less than honest (didn't list any times except to extrapolate at least 4700 hrs) and am going to try to buffalo everyone into thinking this is the superior unit on the market by pricing it 50%-100% higher than any comp, even better equipped ones and leaving normal valuation information out of the ad. If you are dumb enough to want to buy my machine, you better come up with my price and don't waste my time if you're not willing to acquiesce to me.

There may or may not be any level of truth to this, but this is how your ad reads to me.

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Re: For Sale: Gorgeous Cessna 205

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There may or may not be any level of truth to this, but this is how your ad reads to me.
You took the time to write snark -- how, then should the ad read?
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"135-140kts is 75% cruise on every 205 I've ever flown and that's 4 different ones) and that someone is running harder than was ever intended (IO 470 putting out 300hp?!? WTF is up there?)
You sure you've flown a 205? I have the POH, and have plenty of time in the airplane -- the airplane makes book values in every category. You must think a 206 is a 205 -- it's not.

Further, if you knew much about the 205, you'd know the IO-470-d was de-rated to 260 HP (Why? I don't know -- ask Cessna).
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Re: For Sale: Gorgeous Cessna 205

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Dan,

Is that a typo? If you have an S-TEC 40, you don't have altitude hold. If you do have altitude hold (and there'll be an ALT button immediately above the dial), it's an S-TEC 50.
Yep, it was -- good catch.

I don't own the airplane -- helping a friend sell it. I'm heading out to the airport later today to take pics and grab logbooks, etc.
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You sure you've flown a 205? I have the POH, and have plenty of time in the airplane -- the airplane makes book values in every category. You must think a 206 is a 205 -- it's not.

Further, if you knew much about the 205, you'd know the IO-470-d was de-rated to 260 HP (Why? I don't know -- ask Cessna).
Dan,
The IO470D is rated at 260HP by continental along with several other variants of the 470. I think it was the maximum published HP for any the stock 470's. Here's a link to a chart at TCM's website.
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The IO470D is rated at 260HP by continental along with several other variants of the 470. I think it was the maximum published HP for any the stock 470's. Here's a link to a chart at TCM's website.
http://www.tcmlink.com/producthighlights/ENGTBL.PDF
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Good info -- thanks. RPM is limited to 2625 on the IO-470-d as well.
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Re: For Sale: Gorgeous Cessna 205

Made edits (despite snarkiness -- )

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You took the time to write snark -- how, then should the ad read?
Wasn't trying to be snark, just letting you know the impression the add left the way it was worded, I wasn't commenting on the specific plane.

Successful ads are upfront with all the vital information including the warts. If a plane has a damage history it should be open in the ad. If it is found in later inspection, it always puts people on guard as well as giving an immediate bust point on price as the implication is that the advertised price did not contain a damage history therefor it wasn't part of the advertised "deal". If a person shows up and finds the plane exactly as advertised then the price is what it is. The key to selling anything is to come across as scrupulously honest. People want to feel they trust the person selling so they feel confident that they are not buying something with "banana peels in the differential".

Regardless all that, the price is just set too high for the market. As you said, it's a 205 not a 206.

I am not familiar with any 470 series Continental that was rated over 260hp. I have around 150 hrs in 205s (not 206s) and 205As(taller rudder) and they cruised at 135-140kts, don't know how that compares to book numbers.

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Wasn't trying to be snark, just letting you know the impression the add left the way it was worded, I wasn't commenting on the specific plane.

Successful ads are upfront with all the vital information including the warts. If a plane has a damage history it should be open in the ad. If it is found in later inspection, it always puts people on guard as well as giving an immediate bust point on price as the implication is that the advertised price did not contain a damage history therefor it wasn't part of the advertised "deal". If a person shows up and finds the plane exactly as advertised then the price is what it is.

I am not familiar with any 470 series Continental that was rated over 260hp. I have around 150 hrs in 205s (not 206s) and 205As(taller rudder) and they cruised at 135-140kts, don't know how that compares to book numbers.

The 205 Series used a MPH ASI -- perhaps you're confusing with knots?

This aircraft wasn't wrecked -- it simply sat outside and was in a bad way after the previous x 2 owner's Ex used a fire extinguisher to bash the panel and then set it off inside the cabin (yeah, really).

Then a local A&P-IA and partner bought it and rebuilt it over a year (I saw it in process and know the A&P well -- older air show types will know him, I'm sure).

The airplane was disassembled and carefully re-assembled and nicely re-done. When the partner's son contracted terminal cancer at 12, the airplane had to go. The current owner bought it then.
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Wasn't trying to be snark,
Well, it came across that way.

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just letting you know the impression the add left
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If a plane has a damage history it should be open in the ad.
I tend to assume any plane more than a few years old has had a damage history. I have seen planes advertised as NDH that upon subsequent inspection DID have damage, so having it there or not having it there isn't a big deal. That is what pre buy inspections are all about.

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Where did you see that?

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I have around 150 hrs in 205s (not 206s) and 205As(taller rudder) and they cruised at 135-140kts, don't know how that compares to book numbers.
Frankly, I don't trust what anyone else says about what speeds they get, including you, Henning. People tend to look at things through "Rose Colored Glasses" and see what they want to see. Besides, there are a lot of variables to be considered.
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Tough crowd. Good luck with the sale.
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Is that a typo? If you have an S-TEC 40, you don't have altitude hold. If you do have altitude hold (and there'll be an ALT button immediately above the dial), it's an S-TEC 50.
My first Tobago had an STEC 40 with altitude hold.

EDIT: I think it was added later and they never changed the faceplate.
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My first Tobago had an STEC 40 with altitude hold.

EDIT: I think it was added later and they never changed the faceplate.
I have come to realize that, if you add the S-Tec PSS to a 20 or 40, you end up with a better autopilot than if you had a 50 or a 30 with altitude-hold in the first place. The PSS will intercept glideslopes and the like, while the 30/50 will not.
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Frankly, I don't trust what anyone else says about what speeds they get, including you, Henning. People tend to look at things through "Rose Colored Glasses" and see what they want to see. Besides, there are a lot of variables to be considered.
Greg,

The speeds kind of shocked me as well. I've got a gazillion hours in the 182 and it will consistently do a little better than 130 knots/150 mph true. I plan 130 knots and usually get about 133. Like you said, there are a lot of variables, but most of them don't make a whole heckuva lot of difference.

I would think a 205 would be able to do a little better than the 182, or at least match it. 130 mph seems REALLY slow. Is there something particular about the 205 that would cause it to be that slow? Or is this one just way out of whack?

FWIW, according to pilotfriend.com, the C205A should be one knot slower than the C182N that I fly.
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Re: For Sale: Gorgeous Cessna 205

the 182 is narrower, shorter, has a shorter wing (I think) and weighs less.

i gave a flight review in a really nice 205 a few months ago. really neat airplane.
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Where did you see that?
The first add said 300hp

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Frankly, I don't trust what anyone else says about what speeds they get, including you, Henning. People tend to look at things through "Rose Colored Glasses" and see what they want to see. Besides, there are a lot of variables to be considered.
Well, I always wear rose colored glasses, have been since my first pair of SunClouds years ago, but how that would effect my view of speed in POS airplanes that I flew for another guy to haul skydivers and oilfield bits and pieces with I'm not sure.
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the 182 is narrower, shorter, has a shorter wing (I think) and weighs less.
And 30 less horsepower - I think the 205 was originally called the "Super Skylane" and I figured they added the right amount of extra power to at least have Skylane performance if they were going to call it "Super."

It is a cool airplane.
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I'm thinking the kts and mph are confused. 10gph at 110kts and 14gph at 130kts sounds a bit more in line. Then again, 0hrs 205 time.
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