1964 Cessna 172 Skyhawk- N3916S
A 1964 model, she has manual flaps and a Continental O-300 six cylinder engine. If you have never flown behind this engine you will be impressed with the smoothness and sound. But what is very impressive is the 6 gallon per hour fuel consumption at 75% power (118 MPH). She was located in Southern California by Frank in 2005 and flown to Florida, where she has resided ever since.
The aircraft is equipped for Day/Night VFR flight and Basic IFR. It has a full gyro panel in a conventional T configuration, with a Garmin 495 hard mounted, a KX-175 with VOR head, a KX-170 with VOR head, a KT-76A transponder, a KMA-24 audio panel with marker beacons, and a four place intercom system. Useful load is 910 lbs.
1967 Piper PA-28-180 Cherokee - N4833L
The newest addition to the fleet comes in the form of a classic 'Hershey bar' winged Piper Cherokee, outfitted with a 180HP engine. The additional horsepower makes climbing to the cooler and smoother air easier, even if you are carrying a few passengers.
The aircraft is equipped for Day/Night VFR flight and Basic IFR, with a handheld Garmin Aera 550 GPS in a panel mount configuration, A Garmin GNC 250 GPS/Comm, A KX-155 VOR/ILS and ADS-B OUT with a GDL-82. She has a generous 1015 lbs. useful load, and is a great low cost compliment for the Piper lovers out there.
1964 Cessna 182G Skylane - N2426R
The most popoular airplane in General Aviation is the best way to describe the Cessna 182. It does everything well. Stable, easy handling, good load capacity with respectable cruise speeds the Cessna 182 is an airplane for all purposes.
Our C-182, N2426R, is a 1964 version with the popular Continental six cylinder O-470R engine developing 230 HP. It has a useful load of 1088#, a 65 gallon fuel capacity, and cruises in the 140 MPH range. With its stable flight characteristics it makes an excellent instrument platform and is used as our instrument trainer. N2426R has a Garmin 530W, S-TEC 30 autopilot, KX-155 secondary radio, a KN-64 DME and a brand new ADSB compliant Garmin 345 transponder. With its beautiful leather interior it's ready to take those cross country trips that you have planned!
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1951 Cessna 195 - N1032D
The Cessna 195 transcends time. With its large radial engine and all metal tail wheel design, it takes us back to the golden age of aviation.
Known as the "Businessliner" it was designed to take businessmen cross country, and it does that very well. Produced between 1947 to 1954, 1200 were manufactured. 400 are flown today.
Engines included the Jacobs R755 of 245, 275, 300 and 330 HP. N1032D, our C-195 has the most popular of these engines, the 275 HP.
It has a five place interior and 1100 pound useful load the C-195 cruises from 140-170 MPH. Its 80 gallon fuels tanks allow for over 5 hours of cruise flight.
With its large bench seat, cantilever wing, wrap around cockpit glass, folding entry step, roll down pilot window, and cowl bumps the C-195 exudes class and elegance. It looks fast just sitting on the ramp!
N1032D has a full gyro panel with a Garmin 300 Com/GPS, KY-197 Com, RN-80 RNAV, KT-76A, and a four place intercom. With great handling characteristics and stability, the C-195 is a delightful cross country aircraft.
N1032D is available to club members to fly. Prior tailwheel experience is required.
All Aircraft - Safety Features
All our aircraft have the following safety features:
Transponder with Mode C/ADS-B
Garmin GPS with AirGizmo mounts
First aid kits
Windshield cleaning supplies
GATS fuel tester jars
Survival back pack availalbe for cross country trips
CLAW tiedown kits available for cross country trips
Covers and engine plugs