Aircraft Report for 1979 Cessna 180k

Last Located in USA

First collected 56 weeks ago

Last Listed Price: $299,500

Price Evaluation: Fairly Priced
Price Estimate: $193,821

Predicted Price Confidence: Not Confident

Typical List Price Range: $120,009 - $408,334

Market Context
  • Number of similar currently available aircraft: 11
  • Number of similar registered aircraft: 399
  • Typical number of similar aircraft listed per 90 days: 193
  • Likelihood of better-priced aircraft being listed in next 90 days: 96%

Registration Number: N2821K
Total Time: 1,422
Interior Quality Estimate: Average
Exterior Quality Estimate: Average

Total Price Adjustments to Date: 0
Number of times listed before: 1
FAA Registrations for N-Number: 7
FAA Incidents for N-Number: 0


Registration History for n2821k







N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N2821K CESSNA 180K 18053089 FORT LAUDERDALE, FL Aircraft registered to 4608 VISTA LLC, airworthiness date 1979-12-07, expiration date 2025-08-31, serial number 18053089. 2022-08-09
N2821K CESSNA 180K 18053089 LOS ANGELES, CA Aircraft registered to LOGISTICS RS LLC, airworthiness date 1979-12-07, expiration date 2021-10-31, serial number 18053089. 2018-10-02
N2821K CESSNA 180K 18053089 LOS ANGELES, CA Aircraft registered to LOGISTICS RS LLC, airworthiness date 1979-12-07, serial number 18053089. 2018-10-02
N2821K CESSNA 180K 18053089 BELLAIRE, OH Aircraft registered to BALCAR JASON P, airworthiness date 1979-12-07, expiration date 2019-04-30, serial number 18053089. 2016-04-21
N2821K CESSNA 180K 18053089 BELLAIRE, OH Aircraft registered to BALCAR JASON P, airworthiness date 1979-12-07, expiration date 2019-04-30, serial number 18053089. 2016-04-21
N2821K CESSNA 180K 18053089 LYME, CT Aircraft registered to MAZER KEVIN, airworthiness date 1979-12-07, expiration date 2013-03-31, serial number 18053089. 2007-10-16

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Previous Listings for N2821K

Placerville, California 95667
Price: $299,500

Price Evaluation: $217,733 , between $144,757 - $349,599


Added 53 weeks ago via Controller


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Evaluation: Slightly Overpriced
Confidence: Reasonably Confident

Registration Number: N2821K
Total Time: 1,422
Interior Quality Estimate: Average
Exterior Quality Estimate: Poor

Total Price Adjustments to Date: 0
Number of times listed before: 1
FAA Registrations / Incidents for N-Number: 7 / 0
Last time observed airborne: 4 weeks ago



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