P210N for sale
High speed, plenty of payload, pressurization, flight into known icing conditions, dual vacuum pumps and alternators! No other single engine piston aircraft comes close to this fast and very stable IFR platform considering it's price.
This aircraft has had a complete overhaul in 2005 with a NEW Engine, NEW propeller and complete upholstery refurbishment!
Since then it has flown only about 140 hours!
The Cessna 210 Centurion is a 6 seat, high-performance, retractable-gear single-engine general aviation aircraft which was manufactured in 26 model variants. The C210, C210A-D, the Centurion C210E-H&J, Turbo Centurion T210F-H&J, the Centurion II C210K-N&R, the Turbo Centurion II T210K-N&R and the P210N&R. The 210N, T210N (turbocharged), and P210N (pressurized) versions were produced in the greatest quantity.
The Pressurized Centurion with its distinctive small windows, first came on the market in 1978 and during the first two years 400 of them were sold. It was the first pressurized single ever.
It's popularity came from the fact that Cessna has a name of very reliable aircraft and this particular model was the fastest among them.
If you want to go fast in an airplane and still grasp a thin straw of efficiency, you’ll also need to fly high. And to do that, you’ll have to make a choice: stick an oxygen hose in your nose or pay for the convenience of pressurization. Of course, if pressurization were easy and cheap, every airplane would have it. Few do and in the single-engine piston realm, there are only a few choices: Cessna’s P210, the Piper Malibu or the Extra 400.
New engine & propeller in 2005
Engine Continental TSIO-520-P (310hp @ 2700 rpm)
Propeller McCauley (heated) D3A34C402/90DFA-10
MTOW 1815 kg (4000 lbs)
- Airframe SNEW: 3300 hours
Engine SNEW: 140 hours
Propeller SNEW: 140
In 2005 all of the de-icing boots have been replaced. You see them clearly on the picture above on the leading edges of the wing surfaces.
The pressurized Centurion only has one large door and an emergency exit on the right side. It has a very spacious cabin.
All the Centurions are renowned for their load-hauling and the P210 is no exception. Owners typically report payloads after full fuel of 900 to 1000 pounds. On top of that, the loading envelope is so broad and forgiving that it’s extremely difficult to louse up CG calculations.
The exteriour is in a perfect state. In 2005 the aircraft has been repainted.
The instrumentpanel is large and complete and looks brand new because of the overhaul in 2005.
- King KMA-24 Audio Panel
- King KX-155 w/GS COM/NAV
- King KX-155 COM/NAV
- King KR-87 ADF
- King KN 64 DME
- JPI EDM 700 engine monitor
- KT76A Mode C Transponder
- Trimble 2000 IFR GPS
- WX8 Stormscope
- Cessna 400B Autopilot
All wallpanels and chairs have been refurbished in 2005 and is excellent condition.
If you look closely at the picture above, you can see a part of the overhead windows above the aft seats.
For a Pressurized Centurion the total airframe time is rather low. Only about 3300 hours since new.
In 2005, this aircraft was made ready for a second life. A complete overhaul had been performed. All the panels have been renewed and the chairs have been refurbished.
But more importantly: it received a NEW 6-cylinder Continental TSIO-520-P 310hp engine with intercooler and Gami fuel injectors, a NEW 3-blade McCauley D3A34C402/90DFA-10 hot propeller and a JP Instrument engine trend monitor that provides significant fuel savings and engine safety.
Also all of the fluid hoses have been replaced with new hoses including fuel, hydraulic and oil. All of the de-icing boots have been replaced and the Aircraft is always kept in a hangar.
So this magnificent aircraft is ready again to perform for many years to come without worries about great maintenance expences.