About My Aircraft
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Overall excellent condition late model 1975 Cessna 150/M Commuter in Excellent Condition based in Northern California (KLVK, Livermore Airport). The last year Cessna made this model of aircraft was 1976. All logs available 1975-2020. In annual and valid until February 1, 2021. $3800. Cylinder compression excellent: 76/76/77/79 (2020 annual inspection) Newer windows all around. Windscreen, side and rear window are clear as glass. No fading. New uAvionics ADS-B OUT tail beacon installed and activated. $3300.
The plane flies 1-3 times a week. I use it for time building.
No corrosion - hangared last 4-5 years. The previous owner was my flight instructor, a captain at American Airlines with 25,000+ hours and he was also an A/P and A/I. Treated the airplane with TLC, which is why I purchased it from him to finish my Private Pilot License. I now have 200 hours and I would like to upgrade to a 4 seat airplane.
New radio (Comm & Nav). $3100. Fresh oil change, cleaned/inspected/reconditioned spark plugs, and new Slick Magneto Ignition Harness 5/5/20. $1000.
This is a VFR aircraft. Not IFR equipped.
New battery (recent)
Takes aviation 100 LL fuel and can take Automotive fuel (87-89-91) as well (ethanol free).
Very inexpensive to fly per hour (5.5 average gallons per hour). $16-24/hour depending on the price of fuel ($3-5/gal).
Interior condition 9/10. Nice red cloth seats in great condition. New interior door/wall plastic paneling. Red carpet in good condition.
5400 total airframe time. 1900 SMOH. SPOH 500. Top-end overhaul (5 years ago) included bored cylinders, new factory pistons, new seals, rings, gaskets. ETT: 5100
Engine: Continental 0-200-A
Integrated into the panel Garmin 496 GPS
Magnetic iPad mounts on both yokes
New alternator (2017)
All AD's complied with (verified at 2020 annual)
New starter installed (2017)
Oil filter cut at every oil change and no debris found.
EGT Gauges and Carb Temp gauges installed for safety and engine monitoring. Rare to have on a Cessna 150.
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