Cessna 150-152 Club

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Aircraft of the Quarter

For the 4th Quarter of 2019, we head out west to Roosevelt, Utah where we find this big nose  '67 150H owned and operated by Dale Larsen.

This is not your basic 0-200 powered Cessna 150. When Dale bought the airplane it already had a 150 hp Lycoming 0-320. But when that engine needed an overhaul he replaced it with an 0-360. Dale's airport sits at 5,172 feet MSL, and it's surrounded by mountains. He has to get up pretty high to go almost anywhere, and that 180 horsepower comes in real handy. It does burn a bit more fuel, but he carries more with a pair of Flint Tip Tanks.

The instrument panel is not updated or fancy, let's just call it "old school." A couple of Collins Microline radios that work well, a VOR that hasn't been turned on in years, and an ADF just for listenening to the AM radio once in a while. He does have a Stratus and an iPad for navigation and ADS-B weather and traffic.

Dale is also a regular attendee at the Cessna 150-152 Fly-In as indicated by all those Corn Stickers on the door.

You can read more about 95S, and Dale Larsen, in the Winter edition of The Beacon.

Aircraft details: 

 N6695S is a 1967 Cessna 150H S/N 15067495

Upcoming events

Registration for the 

20th Annual Cessna 150-152 Fly-In

will open on January 1st 


Welcome to our home on the World Wide Web. 

This is the official website for the Cessna 150-152 Club, the "Best type club in general aviation."

Since 1980 the Cessna 150-152 Club has been the place to go for information about the Cessna 150 and 152. In these pages you will find the latest news, social information about our club, and technical information about each model of the Cessna 150 and 152. From photos, to STCs, to light bulbs, it's all here.

We also have a very active forum where you can post your adventures, or have your maintenance questions answered by people who own and maintain these wonderful aircraft.

We have fun with our little airplanes too. Information about Fly Outs, group get togethers, and the annual Cessna 150-152 Fly-In can be found right here.

Some of the stuff is free, but only members get the technical stuff, and it's well worth the price of admission. To join the club, click on the Join Us button below. 

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1 year membership is only $35.00
and new members get a 30 day money back guarantee!

We'll give you 30 days to look us over, and check us out.
If you don't like it here, your membership fee will be fully refunded.

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