Aircraft Details

  • Year: 1976
  • Make/Model: Cessna 182P Skylane
  • Registration Number: N1384S
  • Power: Piston
  • Engines: 1 Engine
  • Listing ID: 5303313
  • Partner ID: 87147
  • Posted On: Apr 15, 2024
  • Updated On: Apr 15, 2024


Aircraft Total Time: 2998 Hours
Engine Time: 15 Hours SFREM on 0-470S 230 HP Continental
Propeller Time: 500 SNEW on New McCauley two blade

Annual Due: May 2025
Useful Load: 1350 Lbs


All new avionics set in custom panel
Garmin GMA 345 Audio Panel with Intercom and 3LMB
Garmin GTN 650 Color IFR moving map GPS/Com #1
Garmin GTN 650 Color IFR moving map GPS/Com #2
Garmin GFC 500 Autopilot, fully coupled
Garmin 345 Trasponder with ADSB in and out
Garmin G5 #1
Garmin G5 #2
Garmin back-up Glide slopeVORlocalizer indicator
EDM 930 Color digital Engine management system (Coupled)
Remote 406 ELT arming panel
Remote manifold pressure and RPM indicator
Dual 12v USB power outlets
Remote autopilot disconnect on Yoke
Electic trim on yoke
Red panel lights
Dual push-to-talk buttons on yoke
Custom circuit breaker panel
High voltage warning light
Music input
Map light under yoke
Remote transponder Ident'
Hamilton vertical card compass
Avionics master switch
Four place intercom


Custom tan leather seats with contrasting darker accents bands. Matching side panels and carpet. Cream headliner. All in excellent condition. Rated 9 out of 10 throughout.


Excellent original paint in 1976 Bi-centenary scheme. No checking or pin-holing and details up to a strong 8 out of 10.

Additional Features

Long range fuel 84 gallons
Wheel pants (not installed)
Monarch gas caps
Rosen visors
Brackett air filter
LED Landing lights
Cowling cooling lovers
Mountain wave extended baggage
LED wingtip strobes
LED beacon
Static wicks
Dual front articulating seats
Rudder trim
Right side openable window
Rear seat vents
Speed strut cuff fairings
Factory shoulder harnesses
Large split-backed reclining rear bench seat
Fresh Pick 160 Lb useful load increase

Barn-find New Mexico airframe. Dry, corrosion free and hangared. All the work has been done to interior, panel and engine in the last few years. No damage history. Complete logs, no hail or corrosion. The 76 year model of 182P is the last of the P models and the most desirable. They have the 2600 RPM 7:1 compression, car-gas capable 0-470S with a 1500 TBO. The "Fresh-Pick" STC applies to this airframe and gives a 160 Lb Useful load increase with no physical modifications to the airframe. This aircraft has the pedigree, the history, the location, the times, the equipment that everyone wants.

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