Unfortunately this aircraft has sold. We do have another CESSNA available for sale that you may be interested in if you'd like to look at that aircraft here.
|Engine 1 Time||1193 SFRM|
|Prop 1 Time||1223 TSO|
|Useful Load||1580 lbs|
|No of Seats||6|
|Flight Rules||IFR Certified|
This is not just another 210L, it has many extras you will really appreciate as an owner. Very useful upgrades of over $50,000 makes it one of the best 210L available. Watch the full video to see all the details. Normally aspirated Cessna 210L is somewhat hard to find. Less pilot workload, low maintenance cost, higher engine TBO. We had over 2000 mile cross country over the Rockies at 14,500 ft. Cruise 165 knots at 13 gal/hour while carrying six adults. Payload of almost 1600 pounds. Even at full fuel that's almost 1100 pounds for passengers and baggage. 210 has probably the highest payload of any 6 seat single but the best part of it is the large CG envelope to fully load without worrying about going outside the CG limits. 2020 ADSB Compliant with Garmin 330ES. It also picks up traffic and displays in the MFD; that’s come in handy a few times. All logs and records since new. Well maintained. Previously owned by a doctor. We completed an extensive pre-buy with 2 mechanics and mechanic/pilot. I have the full report which cost us $1500. All panels were removed and inspected. Engine fully checked and borescoped. Engine is factory remanufactured; much more expensive than a standard major overhaul. Completely, professionally repainted and it looks beautiful. Usual cost about $18,000. Entire interior upgraded - leather seats, new panels and headliner; usual cost over $10,000. Very comfortable seats even for long flights. Many other useful upgrades including Rosen Visors, magnetic card compass.Storm scope has come in very handy to avoid storms not showing in ADSB weather. It will detect lightning within 200 nautical miles in real time. Gear door modification has been done so it's like the newer models; safer and reduces your maintenance cost. 90 gallon extended range tanks -go around 1200 miles nonstop. Full Garmin panel, receipt shows it cost $36,000 at the time. I think advanced digital engine monitor is a must have in a complex airplane. Monitor all 6 cylinder’s CHT’s and EGT’s, oil temp warning prevents cold runs, oil pressure, voltage, manifold pressure and RPM. Fuel management is very important in Cessna 210. This displays fuel flow, shows remaining fuel and fuel required to reach destination using the Garmin 430W. You can troubleshoot accurately, have less maintenance, and most importantly operate the engine in optimal conditions to get longer life. Running efficiently on LOP can save you $15,000 in just 1000 hours of flying. Tannis engine heater saves from cold starts. We use Camgurd and do oil analysis. (It's not only about the compression, changing cylinders isn't expensive. If internal components like crank, cam or bearings get defects they require an overhaul.) The best way to monitor is regular oil analysis reports to show the engine’s condition. This 210 has very good compression in the mid-70’s. Prop strike in 1993, but a completely different engine and prop were installed in 2004, so that’s not a factor. Engine runs great, starts right up. Uses very little oil, only one quart in 10 hours. We have flown coast-to-coast in all weather conditions. Great IFR platform. Garmin 430W WAAS navigator coupled with MX20 makes it easy to fly in IFR. Very solid and predictable. IFR is certified until 2022. (We can arrange to install a state of the art Garmin GFC500 autopilot with Garmin G5 primary electronic attitude display for $16,000 if you’d like.) This is an aircraft you can be proud to own and fly. Turn key 210 to fly anywhere.
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