Cessna Pilots Association has one of the largest libraries of technical information on Cessna aircraft in the world, and we have been collecting information and answering questions for our members for over 30 years. Although most of our members are already owners of a Cessna aircraft, ownership is only one stage of being a Cessna Pilot. For those of you looking to buy a Cessna, or maybe looking to buy a different model, CPA has gathered some of the most useful information into our series of Buyer’s Guides. These books are a great overview of the aircraft they cover, and while most useful to the soon-to-be-owner, many current owners find the information useful and learn valuable information about their aircraft they might not have known otherwise. We all know that aviation is not a cheap hobby, and one of the main themes you will find in our literature are ways to operate efficiently and forward thinking so that your costs are as limited as possible, while flying as safely as possible. The first step in this journey is picking the right airplane for you.
The 210 Buyer’s Guide is a comprehensive walk through all of the most important information on buying a Cessna 210 Centurion. Topics include performance numbers, changes made throughout production years, safety aspects, insurance, pricing, modifications, airworthiness directives, and much more. The Pre-Purchase Inspection Guidelines included in the book are particularly useful as a practical approach for examining an aircraft and determining its true condition.
Note on models covered: This edition of the guide does not include the P210 Pressurized Centurions.
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