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Cessna 177 for Sale

The Cessna 177 Cardinal was originally intended as a replacement for the Cessna 172 with more streamlined appearance and a cantilever strutless wing. Built in parallel with the 172 it has slightly better performance, longer range and a wider cabin. Early Cessna 177s have a 150hp Lycoming but that was increased to 180 hp for the models 177A and 177B.

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    Name: Paul Qualls (Both)
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    Location: United States
    Model Year: 1973
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    I have had my Cessna 177 Cardinal for less than a year- but find it remarkable how much I enjoy it more and more each time I fly it. The large doors make for ease of entry and my Daughter LOVES the huge amount of leg room in the back seats. It is roomier than a 172 or even some 182s on the inside which makes XCountry flying more comfy. Because of the laminar airflow wing and the more angled windscreen- the cruising speed is faster than the 172s I trained on at approx the same fuel usage. It is quite easy to fly- and landing it makes me look better than I might actually be. I would recommend that if you are looking to buy something unique and fun to fly- at least take a look at a Cardinal.

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    Name: David Vale (Owner)
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    Location: United Kingdom
    Model Year: 1971
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    Having owned a Cardinal for 8 years I really believe it is the best all round SEP for going places. It can operate out of short fields easily e.g. EGBD- has a good endurance and at 35L /hr at 125 knots is relatively economical. It is easy to fly and very difficult to forget to put the u/c down before arrival as it really is the only way to slow down. Not as docile as a C172 but I dont know anyone who thinks it is not a lovely aircraft to fly. Cessna RG u/cs can be temperamental but if they are maintained by someone who knows what they are doing then the you should not have a problem. They perform slightly better with a good load of baggage which goes to show Mr. Cessna designed them to be 4 seaters. The O-360 versions were called strut less and gutless so make sure you get a IO-360 with retractable undercarriage. Would recommend this aircraft to anyone with a few hours under their belt as it is a complex type. If you buy one then statistics say you will own it for at least 6 years - more than the average - and you will always have a fond memory for a Cardinal. If you do buy one please dont crash it too badly as they will eventually become extinct and that would be a shame.

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    Name: Antonino ()
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    Model Year: 1979
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    Name: Bjorn ()
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    Model Year: 1974
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    This aircraft is outstanding is a performer even at high temperatures and high altitude airports- rugged and stable and very predictable flying characteristics and very precise handling. This includes a very convincing shortfield performance. Typical seating with 4 seats is not very comfortable but OK and there are several other options available including leatherseats and ergonomic design. My favorite airplane through 1980 and up to now and delivering more than 8000 flying hours of which i have flown about 3500 without any incident or engine problem.

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    Submitted on 30/10/2014
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  • Africa, For Sale by Absolute Aviation Group
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  • Year 1968
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  • TTAF 2914.27