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Searching for the perfect 180HP...

Pratski6872

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I’ll introduce myself here....started the journey 16 years ago and as it always does, life happens. I’m finally wrapping up my PPL and looking for the right 180HP to build time and get through my IR. Looking for something ‘72 or newer(I’m 6’6” so whoever’s behind me needs the extra space). Not too picky on avionics but have been training in a ‘68 180 with a Garmin 430 and have grown quite fond of it. Current IFR certified, under 5k total time and 800 or so more left on the engine are all on the wish list as well. If you’ve got one, or your friend has one, or the guy you see occasionally at the airport has one, and they are interested it in finding a new home, let me know.

Flying out of KSLE and S12 in Oregon. If you’re out this way let me know, would love to connect.
 

jruhnke

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If you're looking for extra space in a Cherokee, then you want '73 or newer, at least by serial number. (My '73 -180 was built in late 1972, but it has a 28-73xxxxx serial number.)
 

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