About the Cessna
1952 Cessna 170B N2430D
Given all the modifications and updates, this would make a great airplane for the Alaskan bush.
Since 1979, N2430D has been owned, meticulously rebuilt and maintained, piloted and pampered by 1 owner–a recreational pilot and FAA certified mechanic & Aviation Safety Inspector.
About the owner:
The owner must sell his beloved Cessna 170B.
The aircraft has been rebuilt, upgraded and meticulously maintained for 35 years by a professional aircraft mechanic and recreational pilot who has over 50 years experience flying and maintaining planes.
The owner is an FAA certified A&P (Airframe and Powerplant) mechanic, IA (Inspection Authorization), and former Idaho Area Rep. of The International Cessna 170 Association.
The owner is a member of :
- The Idaho Aviation Association
- Idaho Pilots Association
- The International Cessna 170 Association, including several years of service on 1995 Cessna 170 Convention Planning Committee and as the former TIC170A Idaho State Representative.
- Serial No. 20582
- Annual Date 10/22/13 (next annual due October 2014)
- Total time airframe: 2709 hours
- Complete rebuild: 1987 (an 8-year process, labor of love and care from 1979 – 1987)
- Engine: Continental C-145 145hp
- Engine total time: 2709 hours
- Time since major overhaul: 946 hours
- Time since top overhaul 472 hours
- Propellers (2): McCauley 1A175-DM 8040. Spare propeller: McCauley 1A170-DM 7651
- Corrosion free
This aircraft has been well cared for and hangar-ed in Nampa, Idaho since 1987 and has no corrosion.
More details about the aircraft’s Avionics, Modifications and Upgrades can be read from the following pages: