Maxcraft is proud to highlight this pristine and now state-of-art 1973 Skylane Cessna 182P Jim’s journey into aviation began only four years ago after retiring from the tech industry and selling his company.  Jim had always admired the freedom pilots have in terms of travel and, wanting to have such flexibility himself, enlisted the help […]

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The nicest Cessna 150 ever! Aircraft: 1966 Cessna 150G. This started out as a typical worn out aircraft but is now truly the nicest and best equipped Cessna 150 in the world! Owner:  Ken is based out of Roche Harbor Airport in Friday Harbour Need:  Our customer has flown many aircraft and now semi-retired, needed […]

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Aircraft: 1971 Cessna 206 (U206E). The Cessna 205, 206, and 207, known primarily as the Stationair are a family of single-engine, general aviation aircraft with fixed landing gear, used in commercial air service and also for personal use. Cessna describes the 206 as “the sport-utility vehicle of the air.” Owner:  Aaron and Rhonda are based out […]

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Aircraft: 1978 Cessna 182Q Owner: Daryl lives in Vancouver and also flies a twin engine jet and helicopter. Need: Our customer wanted a great floatplane so that he and his family could fly and enjoy the plentiful amount of lakes in British Columbia. Summary of Equipment: G500 Flight Display System (Garmin) GTN 750 GPS/Nav/Com & […]

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This 1963 Cessna 205, is commonly mistaken for the Cessna 210 or 206. The Cessna 210-5 or 205, is known as the “SUV of the air”. This Skywagon is a 6 seater, with fixed landing gear and a very distinctive cowling. Cessna only ever made 576 of these unique aircraft in starting in 1963. ATC […]

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2002 Cessna Skyhawk 172 SP. The Cessna 172 Skyhawk was first flown in 1955 and since then, over 43,000 have been built, more than any other aircraft. In 1986 production of the piston-engine aircraft was discontinued due to liability costs and, after passage of the General Aviation Revitalization Act of 1994, Cessna resumed production. This […]

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Cessna 172 gets ADS-B, Engine monitor, and new GPS Aircraft: 1979 Cessna 172N Skyhawk. N registered Owner Bob is a Canadian living in Washington State. He learned to fly at Pitt Meadows and is a retired airline pilot. Need Our customer wanted to get ahead of the rush of the ADS-B rush for the US […]

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Cessna 205 Re-Make This 1963 Cessna 205, is commonly mistaken for the Cessna 210 or 206. The Cessna 210-5 or 205, is known as the “SUV of the air”. This Skywagon is a 6 seater, with fixed landing gear and a very distinctive cowling. Cessna only ever made 576 of these unique aircraft in starting […]

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Today we’ll look at a particularly nice Beechcraft from just across the border in Washington State. When our client purchased this J-35 Bonanza it was already a head-turner. The overall condition of the aircraft was absolutely pristine, and the previous owner had completely re-done both the interior and avionics. There were, however, a few avionic […]

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In aviation, conventional wisdom dictates that some models of aircraft are more common to industrial and commercial operations, while others are more likely to be owned privately and for personal use. Individual aircraft that fall outside of these norms are uncommon and therefore have avionics configurations that are atypical to their model.   This C185, […]

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