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Contact Information

Aircraft Details

  • Price: $399,000
  • Year: 1961
  • Make/Model: Cessna 180E Skywagon
  • Registration Number: N169N
  • Power: Piston
  • Engines: 1 Engine
  • Class: Personal Transport
  • Listing ID: 6236629
  • Partner ID: 87662
  • Posted On: Jun 15, 2024
  • Updated On: Jun 15, 2024

Description

Airframe Time: 7665 Hours TT. 108 since total renovation
Engine Time: 81 SMOH on 300HP P-Ponk 0-470-50 by Lycon, polished, ported, balanced.
Prop Time: 81 SPOH on custom painted, nickle edged, three blade MT

Annual Due: December 2024
Useful Load: 00000 Lbs.

Avionics

All new avionics set in a Bushliner Next Gen billet anodised panel
PS Engineering PMA450A Audio panel with Intercom and 3LMB
Dynon Skyview HDX MFD/PFD synthetic vision glass panel
Fully plumbed for number two Dynon HDX on right side
Cooled Ipad mount on right side
Avidyne IFD 440 color IFR GPS
Aerocruze Vision 385F-PV40 fully coupled autopilot
Dynon D10A EFIS back-up
Dynon digital flip/flop com
Avionics master switch
Control wheel steering (Autopilot interrupt)
Remote 406 ELT arming panel
Dual push-to-talk buttons
Sirius XM integrated into intercom
Multi-choice red/white back or forward panel lighting

Interior

Custom black leather seats with utility floor matting and matching side panels with leather trim. Soundproofed headliner with integral lighting. Overall 9.5 out of 10.

Exterior

Overall light gray-white base with Bushliner custom scheme with metallic black tail and top cowl and an orange minor accent. Rated 9.5 out of 10.

Additional Features

Many float kit reinforcement additions but no float kit
300 HP P-Ponk 0-470-50 engine built and balanced by Lycon
Third side window added
Sportsman STOL kit
Vortex generators
Fuselage reinforced like on later airframes
Ceramic intake
Custom MT three blade
65 gallons fuel capacity
All three tail AD hockey-stick components replaced with new and upgraded
New jackscrews
Lakeview folding rear jumpseats
Full rear bench seat is included
Billet machined trim wheel
Alaska Bushwheel, wheels and brakes
High density foam soundproofed headliner with inset lighting
All lights everywhere are LED
Seaplanes West HD engine mount
New bladders
Remote airwolf oil filter
Lightweight high capacity battery (4lbs)
Flat floor extended baggage
All new glass with UV tint
Bushliner grab handles on upper wing for refuelling
Refuelling steps and handles
BAS Tailcone lift handles
BAS Inertia reel shoulder harnesses
Rosen visors
Dual articulating front seats
Soros air vents
Stainless steel screw kit everywhere
Seat arrestor belt
Door Stewards
Windshield V brace
Tailcone jackscrew access panels
Monarch gas caps
Multi-function and speed landing/taxi lights
Cowling cooling louvers with covers
Ground service plug
Later model doors with anti-burst latches
later model push button baggage door
McFarlane seat rails
McFarlane controls
Custom yokes
High flow air filter

Remarks:
This plane is a 61 180E that was renovated last year by the Aircraft Remanufacturing Company in Washington, now currently known as "Bushliner" This is not a zero time rebuild, it is a very extensive restoration and upgrade and rebuild with every improvement possible in structure and comfort. The third side window airframe starts in 1960 and ends in 1985, and has a higher rear roofline above the rear seats than the 59 and older 180's. The 60, 61, 62 and 63 180's have the higher roofline of the later three window 180's and all the 185's but no actual third side window. This plane has simply had it added so it is like a 64 or newer airframe. Almost every STC that a 180 can have is on this plane. It has complete logs since new in 61 but most are not relevant now since the restoration. Very extensive records of the restoration and current logs. No hail. No corrosion. A unique aircraft because Bushliner no longer do older aircraft restorations, they only do new builds from zero to the ground up as custom orders. So this is the only one of these.

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