Cessna 1968 182 owner's manual
PLEASE KNOW: These are used Vintage/Antique items. But, as with Vintage items and older stuff they may show wear, tone or color loss and moving parts may stick may not work as well as new ones. Please look at all the pictures below before buying. Ask any and all questions.
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