Aircraft Total Time           2598.3
Front Engine SFOH          116.4
Front Prop     SMOH            41.3
Rear Engine SMOH        1576.3
Rear Prop     SMOH            41.3

New Leather and carpet
Engine Analizer
American Intercoolers
Pulsair light
Ryan stormscope
3 axis coupled
Cessna P337
King Silver Crown
KX165 GS
Apollo II

Asking $118,000
Beat the high fuel prices and
control your travel time and
expense.  Fly high pressurized,
fast intercooled, safe twin engine
inline and cost effective.

1973 CESSNA P337, N6CX

1973 CESSNA P337G,  N6CX, $SOLD
2598 TT, 117/1577 SFRM, 42/42 SPOH, King Digital Silver Crown w/ Cessna 400B AP, HSI, Fully De-Iced with
Hot Plate, Spoilers, Intercooled, Good Paint & Good Interior

2598 Total Time
Engine Specs:
Front: 117 SNEW (1500 TBO)
Rear: 1577 SFRM (1500 TBO)
The rear engine has good compressions and runs great, my mechanic suggests running it for another few hundred hours.  This is
reflected in the price.  We can negotiate replacing it with a new or remanufactured engine at a very reasonable cost.
Front: 42 SMOH
Rear:  42 SMOH
Additional Equipment:
Full De-Ice with Hot Plate, Speed Brake Spoilers, American Intercoolers, Pilot Yoke Electric Trim & Auto-Pilot Disconnect, Inflatable
Door Seal, Panel Post Lights, 5-Place Intercom, Avionics Master Switch, External Power Receptacle, 125 Gallon Fuel System, Pilot &
Co-Pilot Articulating Seats w/ Shoulder Harness, Sun Visors,
Engine Monitors, Stall Mush indicator, Flight Hour Meter, Pulse Light, Tail Strobe, Wingtip Strobe Lights.
(New in 2005)
Five passenger (including pilot and co-pilot) executive seating finished in Maroon leather seats, Maroon carpeting and matching side-
Overall white with red and black accent stripes.
Avionics / Radios:
King Digital Silver Crown w/ Cessna 400B Auto-Pilot Coupled
COMM / NAV King KX-165 GS
COMM / NAV King KX-155
Ryan Stormscope
DME King KN-64
ADF Cessna 400
TPDR King KT-76
ENC ALT Cessna 400
Inspection Status:
Annual Inspection due May 2007.
Aircraft has an excellent maintenance history with complete original logbooks since new..
AD’s complied with.

Specifications subject to verification upon inspection.
Aircraft subject to prior sale or withdrawal from market.

First off, the ergonomics of the panel layout and controls makes the Skymaster a perfect easy-fly in hard IFR.  It's stable, stable,
stable.   Everything is where you'd expect it to be, and it's very logical, thus requiring a minimum of hand travel.  Then there's
visibility...all around it's quite a panorama going VFR.  Next is a wild ape!  Go to BlueLine and you're at 2,000 FPM.  
Level out to 120 KIAS and you'll have a nice deck angle and you'll hit 1,450 FPM.  
Establish cruise and you'll be burning approximately
20/25 GPH TOTAL!  For a twin,... any twin, that's inexpensive flying.

Then look at your TAS, you'll be amazed.  Hit 10,000 feet MSL and you'll see about 182KTAS.  Continue on up to 20,000 feet and...
210KTAS!  I usually wave when I pass a Malibu!

Single engine performance training is a blast.  No Vmc here. The Skyrocket will NOT kill you unless you do something really
stupid.   If you lose an engine and the gear is up...just keep on climbing...generally about 300 FPM average on either engine.  Lose one
at altitude, and settle in at 18,500 feet cruising at 160KTAS.  I've heard the joke that if you lose an engine in a Skyrocket,  don't  declare
an emergency...declare an inconvenience!

Power Pac Spoilers...perhaps one of the best STC'd items available.  I come down from altitude at full cruise power and RPM...never
having to "pull back an inch at a time" as you'd do in a normal twin...because, the spoilers bring me down at 1000 FPM without
exceeding the Green Arc.   This is a perfectly engineered solution to avoid shock cooling the engines.

I don’t want to sell this airplane but my business is demanding all my time and I can’t stay current, someday I will have another.