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When did the Cessna 177 Cardinal come out?

Indeed, Cessna was so impressed with its handiwork, they labeled the model 177 Cardinal the “Airplane of the ‘70s” when it was introduced in the late ‘60s.

What’s the price of a 1971 Cessna 177?

1971 CESSNA 177RG • $67,500 • AVAILABLE FOR SALE • Sharp Cardinal RG with complete logs. Midwest based and hangared since new.

What’s the price of a 1972 Cessna Cardinal?

1972 CESSNA CARDINAL 177B • $77,000 • FOR SALE • Beautiful plane, good original paint, newish leather interior – looks to be hangered its entire life. Strong motor 78/79/78/79, well maintained TTAF-4245 SMOH-1912 – all logs, VGs, ADSB, fresh annual with sale.

What kind of engine does a Cessna 177RG have?

Commercial Financing may be provided by Currency Capital, LLC and loans made or arranged pursuant to California Finance Lenders Law license number 60DBO-56173. The Cessna 177RG is powered by a Lycoming IO-360-A1B6 engine of 200 hp.

Cessna 177 Cardinal. The Cessna 177 Cardinal is a light single-engine, high-wing general aviation aircraft that was intended to replace Cessna’s 172 Skyhawk. First announced in 1967, it was produced from 1968 to 1978.

Is the Cessna 177 a doll to fly?

In most respects, you hit the mark. The new Cessna 177 Cardinal — with its cantilever, laminar-flow wing offering terrific visibility — is a doll to fly, a step above its trusty-yet-pedestrian predecessor. Stepping into the Cardinal is more like sliding into a sedan than climbing into a pickup.

How many passengers does a Cessna 177B have?

Single engine piston aircraft with fixed landing gear. The 177B Cardinal seats up to 3 passengers plus 1 pilot.

Is the Cessna 177 a fixed or cantilever wing?

The 177 is the only production high-wing single-engined Cessna since the Cessna 190 & 195 series to have both fixed landing gear and a cantilever wing without strut bracing. In 1971, Cessna experimented with a “Quiet Cardinal” similar to the Beechcraft QU-22 Pave Eagle.