Serial Numbers

15067199 – 15069308

Two color exterior stylings are available. Accent trim is Vestal White for all colors. Overall white is standard on the Commuter and optional on all others

Standard Equipment

Air Speed Indicator
Alternator, 60 amp, 12 volt
Altimeter, Standard
Baggage Net
Battery, 12 volt
Brake, Parking
Brakes, Hydraulic, Toe Operated
Cabin Door Pulls
Cabin Assist Straps
Cabin Heater
Cabin Steps
Carburetor Air Filter
Carburetor Air Heat
Clothes Hangar Hook
Lock Cowl, Shock Mounted
Defroster, Windshield
Dome Light
Electric Fuel Gauges
Engine Ignition Shielding
Fuel Strainer w/ Remote Quick Drain
Hub Caps
Key Operated Door Lock
Key Operated Ignition
Map Compartment

Nav Lights
Oil Pressure Gauge
Oil Temperature Gauge
Recording Tachometer
Shock Mounted Instrument Panel
Stall Warning Indicator
All Metal Propeller
Propeller Spinner
Stainless Steel Mufflers with Heat Exchangers
Steerable Nose Wheel
Tires, Tube-Type
Elevator Trim System
Two Cabin Air Vents and Fresh Air Inlet Door
Two-Place Seat with Seat Belts
Tie Down Rings
Wing Strut Speed Fairings
“Land-O-Matic” Gear
“Para-Lift” Flaps
“Omni-Vision” Windows

Additional Equipment Standard in Trainer and Commuter

  • Clock
  • Outside Air Temperature
  • Rate of Climb Indicator
  • Sensitive Altimeter
  • Turn and Bank Indicator
  • Dual Controls (Trainer only)
  • Cabin Speaker
  • Cigarette Lighter
  • Microphone
  • Nav/Com 300 Radio
  • Rear View Mirror
  • Sun Visors

Additional Equipment Standard in Commuter

  • Carpet, Wall-to-Wall, Color Coordinated
  • Vacuum System
  • Directional Gyro (New)
  • Gyro Horizon (New)
  • Heated Pitot
  • “Omni-Flash” Beacon
  • Paint Scheme, Overall
  • Bucket Seats, Individually Adjustable, with Color Matched Seat Belts
  • Speed Fairings
  • Tow Bar


GROSS WEIGHT: 1,600 lbs

Max at Sea Level: 122 mph.
Cruise (75% @ 7,000′) : 117 mph.

Cruise 75% 7,000 ft (No Reserve): 475 mi. – 4.0 hrs
22.5 gal – 117 mph.

Cruise 75% 7,000 ft (No Reserve): 726 mi. – 6.2 hrs
35.0 gal – 117 mph.

Optimum Range 10,000′ (No Reserve) : 565 mi. – 6.1 hrs
22.5 gal – 93 mph.

Optimum Range 10,000′ (No Reserve) : 880 mi. – 9.4 hrs
35.0 gal – 93 mph.

Rate of Climb @ Sea Level: 670 fpm

Takeoff Ground Run: 735 ft / 1,385 over 50’ Obstacle
Landing Roll: 445 ft / 1,075 over 50’ obstacle

Standard: 26 gal.
Patroller: 38 gal.

ENGINE: Continental 0-200A
Power: 100 hp.TBO: 1,800 hours
Propeller: Fixed Pitch 69 inch

Wingspan: 32′ 8.5″
Wing Area: 157 sq ft
Length: 23′  Trainer/Commuter 23’ 9”
Height: (Nose Strut Depressed) 8′ 7″

Wing Loading: 10.2 lbs / sq ft
Power Loading: 16.0 lbs / hp

Gross Weight: 1,600 lbs
Empty Weight: 975 lbs, Trainer/Commuter 1,005 lbs

BAGGAGE: 120 lbs.

Major Changes

  • Flap Switch Changed
  • Flap Position Indicator Moved
  • Center Console Size Reduced
  • Wing Strut Fairings Added
  • Nylon Covers Added on Solenoids
  • Ratchet Type Mixture Control
  • Optional Dual Heat Muff Winterization Kit

In model year 1968 the Flap Switch was changed to allow for hands-off flap retraction. You have to hold the lever in the down position for extension, but when you select up, let go of the switch and it stays in the up position for retraction. The Flap Position Indicator was moved from above the left door to the Left Door Post. The center console width was reduced 2 inches for more knee room. Top and bottom wing strut fairings were added. The ratchet type mixture control was introduced. For those operators up in the great white north, a Dual Heat Muff Winterization Kit was available to get some more heat in the cockpit during those long cold winters.

In 1968 Rolls Royce started producing Continental 0-200s for the F150. A total of 2,110 150s, and 170 F150s were produced in ’68, and Cessna delivered it’s 10,000th Cessna 150, N22124, S/N 15068975.