1962 CESSNA 175

  • For Sale
  • 1962
  • CESSNA 175
  • N8338T
  • 175-57038
  • CA USA

75000 $75,000 USD

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  • For Sale
  • 1962
  • CESSNA 175
  • N8338T
  • 175-57038
  • CA USA

Skywagons.com LLC

Mark Pilkington

3501 Airport Rd Bldg 2

Placerville, CA 95667 USA

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General Specs (cont.)


480 SMOH

480 SPOH

850 lb



Additional Classifications

Detailed Description

1962 Cessna 175 Skylark with 480 Hours SMOH on O-470R Engine Upgrade, King KMA 20 Audio panel with 3 LMB, Avionics master switch, JPI Fuel flow computer, Dual push-to-talk buttons, ADSB Out, 6 nozzle engine primer, 50 gallons fuel capacity. With a STOL kit and big tires theses make great bushplanes.

Avionics / Equipment

King KMA 20 Audio panel with 3 LMB
Narco MK 12D Digital flip/flop 760 channel Nav/com
King KR 76A Transponder with Mode C
Sperry RT-563A ADF
VOR indicator
Avionics master switch
Sigtronics four place intercom
ACK ELT with remote panel
JPI Fuel flow computer
Analog amp meter
Analog CHT gauge
Outside air temp gauge
Dual push-to-talk buttons


Aircraft Total Time: 1800 Hours Total Time

Engine conversion from GO-300 to 0-470R. 175 HP to 230 HP
50 gallons fuel capacity
Hooker shoulder harnesses
Manual flaps
Rear air vents
Small raised gas caps
6 nozzle engine primer
Baggage door
Hub caps
Entry Steps

Engines / Mods / Prop

Engine Time: 
480 Hours SMOH on 0-470R , 230 HP (1500 TBO) (Cessna 182 engine)

Propeller Time: 
480 SPOH on two blade McCauley

Interior / Exterior

Tan and beige fabric and vinyl seats. Brown carpet and matching side panels. Cream headliner. Overall presentable but with some signs of wear. Rated 6 out of 10.

Moondust base with orange and brown accents in custom scheme.  Some fading but complete and straight sheet metal. Overall rated 6.5 out of 10.


Annual Due: September 2024
Useful Load: 850 Lbs

California based.  Logs to be posted soon. No hail. No corrosion. The 175 with a 182 engine in it makes almost a 182.  Same size fuselage as a 1956 to 1961 182 or a 172.  Same wings as a 182. With a STOL kit and big tires theses make great bushplanes.  Fixed tail means no AD on the tail trim like a 56 to 61 182.