Celebrating 50 Years of RUGGED VERSATILITY!
Welcome to the international type club for owners and
pilots of Cessna's little known extended performance
singles. Join us for one of our fun fly-in events and watch
for our upcoming STC developments designed for continued
serviceability of the 175 Fleet.
Being a member of our club will also help you plan and
integrate the most useful modifications available through
STC or form 337 for your airplane, both through web-based
support and other members who may have already
performed conversions like one you may be interested in. The
forum, photo gallery, and blogs all help you share your experience with
others. We offer downloads of owners manuals, maintenance manuals,
illustrated parts breakdowns, original magazine reports from the 50's, 60's,
and 70's for these airplanes, and more! The Cessna 175 & Skylark Club
has members from many countries, including the USA, Canada, UK,
Germany, Switzerland, South Africa, and Australia, and more! It is a
great way to network with people near you who share common interests
in flying these great airplanes. We also have R/FR172 Owners here.. So
join up today!
“The all new power geared’ Cessna 175”
- Cessna Aircraft Company, 1958
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IO-360 & IO-390 180hp,
200hp & 210hp
Photo shows a 180HP Cessna 175 beating a 235HP Maule off the Water in a Seaplane STOL Competition.
Courtesy of Joe Birkmeyer