1967 CESSNA 337


  • For Sale
  • 1967
  • CESSNA 337
  • Not Listed
  • Not Listed
  • Hawkesbury, ON CAN

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  • For Sale
  • 1967
  • CESSNA 337
  • Not Listed
  • Not Listed
  • Hawkesbury, ON CAN

General Specs (cont.)

5824

1141 SMOH

1163 SMOH

19 SPOH

19 SPOH

Used

4

Additional Classifications

Detailed Description

1967 Cessna 337 USAF O2A  Authentic, TT 5823.3, SMOH Front Engine 1141.5, Rear Engine 1163.5, SPOH Front & Rear Props 18.5 hrs since OH 2018, Military Instrument panel, 2 VHF, ILS, ADF, GPS, dual audio panels, spare VHF, ELT June 2023,Transponder /Pitot Static June 2023, Includes Weapon pylons, smoke system (currently deactivated), The same AME since import into Canada in 1995, All AD's complied with, newest AD 2023-05-16 checked, not applicable. Front engine mounts replaced 2021, Rear engine mounts new in 2007, Fresh Annual May 2024.  Was US registered

Avionics / Equipment

Military Instrument panel
2 VHF, ILS, ADF, GPS, dual audio panels
spare VHF
ELT June 2023, Transponder/Pitot Static June 2023

Licensed Normal Category
FRESH ANNUAL May 2023

Includes Weapon pylons, smoke system (currently deactivated)
The same AME since import into Canada in 1995
All AD's complied with, newest AD 2023-05-16 checked, not applicable
Front engine mounts replaced 2021, Rear engine mounts new in 2007
Licensed Normal Category, 4 seats
Hangered in CZBB and comes with Bruces Custom Cover for 02A
2 canopy windows plus the lower door/cockpit window
1967 USAF O2A  Authentic Vietnam War veteran, complete military records, bullet holes 
I am the first owner from the release from USAF in 1992

Airframe

5823.3

Engines / Mods / Prop

SMOH Front Engine  1141.5, Rear Engine 1163.5

SPOH Front & Rear Props 18.5 hrs since O/H 2018

Interior / Exterior

INT: 4 Place Grey Interior, Very Clean

EXT: Grey with yellow wing tips and tail. USAF DECALS

Remarks

O-2A Version designed for use in forward air control missions, with underwing ordnance hard points to hold rockets, gun pods or flares. 513 aircraft delivered
The compressions are excellent for both forward and rear engines
ENGINE COMPRESSIONS  
In 1966, the United States Air Force (USAF) commissioned Cessna to build a military variant of the Skymaster to replace the Cessna O-1 Bird Dog
Both the civilian and military Skymasters were low-cost twin-engine piston-powered aircraft, with one engine in the nose of the aircraft and a second in the rear of the fuselage. The push-pull configuration provided centerline thrust, allowing simpler operation than the low-wing mounting of most twin-engine light aircraft, and allowed a high wing to be used, providing clear observation below and behind the aircraft.

M337B with serial#337-M0013
    
I have complete USAF issued Flight Manual(1983) and complete USAF Technical Manual(1984) for this version of O2A.
 Combat history with the USAF in SouthEast Asia 23 TASS Group 
stopped at 3308 hrs TT in 1970 and records  indicate a transfer back to USAF 
ANG Battle Creek/MI in 1971.

Modifications made for the military configuration included fore-and-aft seating for a pilot and observer, instead of the six seats of the civilian version; installation of view panels in the doors (for improved ground observation); installation of flame-retardant foam in the wing-mounted fuel tanks (slightly increasing weight, and reducing maximum fuel capacity by 3%); installation of military, rather than civilian, communication and navigation equipment and antennas; removal of propeller spinners; increased gross weight (5,400 lb vs. 4,400 lb in civilian version), with component strengthening as required to support the increase; and removal of interior upholstery.

This O2A has been in of a lot of airshows in the Warbird section 
and ground displays, as well I flew it in production of several movies.