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Cessna’s long-running 172 model line introduced new features and capabilities when it was new and continued to develop for decades, regularly upgrading its airframe, interior, controls, engines, and avionics. It became the go-to training aircraft for many flight schools and remains a staple of airport ramps across the United States and around the world.
This 1963 model has many of the qualities pilots seek when shopping for an airplane. The forgiving flight characteristics, predictable handling, and comfortable cabin that make it a popular trainer also add to its value as personal transportation. Unlike many two-seat trainers designed around the instructor and student, this aircraft gives its owner the flexibility to carry more people and baggage.
This Skyhawk has 2,550 hours on the airframe and 97 hours on its Continental O-300C 6-cylinder engine. Panel upgrades include a Garmin 430 GPS navigation system. The exterior received new paint in 1985 and the interior was refurbished in 1990.
If you are in the market for a gentle-flying, capable family aircraft that looks sharp and has vintage appeal, consider this 1963 Cessna Skyhawk, which is available for $105,000 on AircraftForSale.
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