We’re selling this as a project (or parts, up to you). It’s a Cessna 172 that had an engine fire on the ground. In putting the fire out trace of fire-dispersal chemical made it into the cockpit in the rudder-pedal area (see the pics). While smoke and soot damage is apparent, the biggest loss appears to be the fiberglass nose bowl. The vent tubing behind the engine remains intact, for example. Also, some heat damage apparent on the cowlings, both upper and lower.
The aircraft it apart for transport and we can help load it (if you bring an adequate trailer and straps, otherwise you’re on your own). The wings are off and etc.
Includes two MX 300 Nav/Coms. All logbooks from day one.
TTAF 4883.1 TSOH 1730.1 (O300 engine)
Fiberglass nose bowl piece melted