• Delivery Guy - 1966 Old School Cessna Skylane 182K X

    Delivery Guy - 1966 Old School Cessna Skylane 182K

    Four place light aircraft with fixed landing gear, powered by a 230 hp (172 kW) Continental O-470-R piston engine, gross weight 2,800 lb (1,270 kg) and certified on 3 August 1966.

    This Skylane model is used and has 20,000 flight hours. There was a panel upgrade in the 1970's. For the last decade this aircraft was stored near the ocean.

    Three seats and the right door are removable so you get 2 types of aircraft. This allows you to instantly turn the 4 seater into a skydiver aircraft. This project took 6 months and 1,200 hours to make a 80,000 poly model. With 71 custom sounds and over 150 custom xml codes, This old rusty Skylane will take you for a flight.

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