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1967 Cessna 172H // Excellent Time Builder // N1761F

Auction Start: May 1, 2024
Auction End: May 8, 2024 12:00 pm

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Description: 172’s are known for their durability and flyability. This 172H has excellent records, is hangar kept and low time. It is owned by an individual who has been a good steward of this classic low time airframe. It had an annual in February 2024.
Airframe Details
  • 2366 TT
Engine Details
  • Continental O-300 SER
  • 723 SMOH
Propeller Details
  • McCauley IC 172/EM7653
  • 2341 TSN 
  • 249 TSOH
Avionics Details
  • 2 x Garmin G5
  • Garmin GNX 375 GPS ADSB Out and In Transponder
  • Airspeed
  • Clock
  • Turning Coordinator
  • Vertical Speed Indicator
  • Dual Nav
  • Backup Altimeter
  • Dual PTT
  • Garmin Aera 500
  • Bendix King KX-155 Radio
  • ICA-250 Comm Radio
  • Standby Compass with Deviation Card
  • RPM Gauge
  • Dual Fuel Gauges
  • Oil Temperature
  • Oil Pressure
  • Bendix King KMA-24 Audio Panel
  • Avionics Master Switch
Additional Features
  • Panel Dimmer Switch
  • Engine block oil heater added 2 yrs ago.
  • Added oil filter 3yrs ago.
  • Vacuum system removed 4 yrs ago.
  • New updated carburetor 3 yrs ago.
  • New battery December 2023.
  • oil is changed every 50 hrs.
  • Annual complied with every year.
  • Annual completed February 2024.
  • New belly strobe in 2023.
White with light and navy blue striping, good glass. Some paint chipping in high traffic spots (see pictures), but generally in good condition.
Grey tweed seats, white and blue panels. Very good condition.
Auction Details
Contact Phone: 254-735-5030
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Registration Number: N1761F
Make: Cessna
Model: 172H
Required Deposit: $2,000
Buyers Premium: 6%
Start Date: May 1, 2024
End Date: May 8, 2024 12:00 pm
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The 1967 Cessna 172H: A Staple in Aviation Heritage

The 1967 Cessna 172H epitomizes aviation excellence, blending history, reliability, and upgraded functionality. Renowned in the aviation community, this model is pivotal for flight training and beyond, due to its ease of flight and landing. Here’s an in-depth look at this classic aircraft, which is hitting the auction block soon, offering a unique chance to own a well-maintained aircraft that is the gold standard in flight training, and equipped with many avionics upgrades. Browse the extensive image library and full logbooks to explore this exemplary aircraft.

Cessna’s Legacy of Innovation

Emerging from Cessna’s storied history, the 172H model is a highlight of the company’s commitment to pioneering aviation since 1927. The 172 series, debuting in the 1950s, is a testament to Cessna’s dedication to quality and innovation, known for its precision engineering and timeless design.

Versatility at Its Best

The Cessna 172H is the epitome of versatility, excelling in various roles from training to personal use, and aerial work. Its spacious cabin accommodates four, offering comfort and safety across different flight conditions. This adaptability makes the 172H a preferred choice for pilots exploring diverse terrains and skies.

An Exemplary Trainer

Notably, the 172H is celebrated as an exceptional time builder, perfect for pilots refining their skills. Its forgiving nature, intuitive cockpit, and steadfast systems make it an ideal training aircraft, guiding aviators towards proficiency.

Auction Spotlight

Newly minted pilots can appreciate this airframs the same as 10k hour pilots. The 1967 Cessna 172H, registration N1761F, is up for auction. Excellently maintained with a well documented service record, it features a Continental O-300 SER engine, a McCauley propeller, and a modern avionics suite with Garmin G5 displays and a GNX 375 GPS transponder. This blend of classic and current tech makes the 172H a sought-after aircraft.

Detailed Aircraft Overview


Boasts 2366 hours, reflecting its durability and consistent care.


The Continental O-300 SER engine, with 723 hours post-overhaul, promises reliable performance.


The McCauley propeller ensures efficient thrust, with 249 hours since its last overhaul.


Modernized with Garmin displays and a GNX 375 GPS, alongside Bendix King radios for enhanced navigation and communication.

Additional Features:

Includes an oil heater, updated carburetor, and new battery, highlighting its upkeep and reliability.

Aesthetic Appeal

Dressed in classic white with blue striping and a grey tweed interior, the 172H marries elegance with functionality, offering a visually and experientially pleasing journey.

Auction Details

Starting May 1, 2024, and closing May 8, 2024, this 1967 Cessna 172H is available for auction. With a $2,000 deposit and a 6% buyer’s premium, seize the opportunity to own a distinguished aircraft with a storied legacy.

In conclusion, the 1967 Cessna 172H is more than an aircraft; it’s a symbol of Cessna’s enduring quality and a cornerstone in aviation training and utility. Its forthcoming auction presents a rare chance to own a versatile, reliable, and iconic piece of aviation heritage.

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