1974 Cessna 150-L

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  1. Dean

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    For Sale:1974 Cessna 150-L

    1974 150-L, 8168 TTSN, 1468 SMOH. OH was done in 2001 with mullenium cylinders, uses 1qt oil during 50 hr oil change.
    Avionics: KLX135A GPS/Com, MX-300 digital flip-flop with VOR/GS, Cessna 300 ADF, King audio panel, and transponder w/mode C.
    IFR certified till 11/05
    Annual: currently being done.
    Options:Child seat, skylights & wheel pants.
    Interior is new, paint 8/10
    Price $21,500.00
    417-459-5678
     
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  2. Tom-D

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    You buying or selling?
     
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    He's selling that beauty. I've been drooling over it since spotting it in the Gastons Pics. Looks to me like a very nice first airplane, but alas I'm in no position to purchase right now....

    What is the hp rating on this plane Dean?
     
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    Unless he did something to it during Overhaul, it is 100 Horse. The O-200s are 100 HP.
     
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    Re: For Sale:1974 Cessna 150-L

    Deano, is this one certified in the utility category at lesser weights?

    ....interested.
     
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    moving up, Dean?
     
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    Re: For Sale:1974 Cessna 150-L

    Looking for a new spin trainer, eh?
     
  8. Dean

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    Yep, found a Cherokee 180.:goofy: drool....drool.....drool......
     
  9. Gary Sortor

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    Re: For Sale:1974 Cessna 150-L

    Brings back memories of how I trained in a 1968 C-150.
     
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    mine was a 1976 150M, (and not all that long ago).
    I have very fond memories and plainly recall her great frugality and ease of operation. Went to Osh 2X in it.
     
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    mgkdrgn Pre-takeoff checklist

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    I did the very same transition 12 years ago ... yer gonna like it a lot!

    One bit of advise ...the 180 is going to be a bit nose heavy to what you are use to, particularly if you have two folks up front and nobody in the back. Make a habit of carrying a case of oil in the baggage area ... will make the landing flare a LOT easier.

    brett