1972 Rockwell Commander S/N 27

The Rockwell Commander 112 is an American four-seat single-engined  general aviation aircraft designed and built by North American Rockwell (later Rockwell International) starting in 1972. 

Contrary to some concerns, the aircraft shares most components with common airframes and there is a tremendous amount of resources available via the Commander Owners Group ( www.commander.org ).  If you wish to learn MUCH more about this beautiful aircraft join the COG and explore the wealth of information.

Beautifully maintained and always hangared, this early serial number Commander is one of the lowest timed in the fleet.  In 2011 this aircraft underwent substantial mechanical/electrical/avionics upgrades to bring it up to date with more recent additions taking it well beyond.  You will not find a better equipped aircraft in this price range.

TTAF :    1200 hours

SMOH :  350 hours (overhauled by Leavens Nov 2009)

SPOH :   70 hours (overhauled by Hope Aero Dec 2017)

Lycoming IO360-C1D6 fuel injected 200HP four cylinder engine

Lighting Equipment :

Whelen Parmethius Plus taxi and landing lights

Whelen Orion 650 series LED wing tip lights

Whelen Orion 500 series LED stinger lights

Whelen 71055 LED red beacon

Landing light flasher/solid control

Entry step lights with timer control

LED interior cabin and panel lighting with solid state panel dimmer

Overhead red/white spot for night flying

Electrical :

2015 all relays replaced 

Concorde sealed battery

Most wiring (all battery/starter/alternator) done in 2011

Electronic/portable CO detector

Avionics : Full VFR/IFR certified panel

Aspen PRO 1000 primary flight display with synthetic vision, terrain, traffic and AOA 

Garmin GMA347 Audio Panel

Garmin GNS430AW (WAAS / high power TX) GPS Nav/Com

Garmin FS210 Flightstream Bluetooth interface/AHRS

Michel MX170C Nav/Com installed 2018

L-3 Lynx NGT-9000 ADSB transponder with active traffic 

- this is a Level I TCAS providing a complete traffic picture for 40 miles 

- does not show aircraft not equipped with a transponder

- displays traffic on Lynx unit, Aspen PRO 1000, GNS430 GPS

- shows ADSB traffic and weather via WIFI to a mobile device

- transponder is 'space based' ADSB capable (the Canadian system) when launched

STEC 50 autopilot with altitude hold and GPSS

Digital Chronometer

JPI EDM830 Engine Management System

Aerospace Logic Digital Fuel Gauges

Kannad Integra 406ELT installed in 2016

Full set of traditional backup 'steam gauges'

We have ALL complete logs from birth and the aircraft has never been in an accident or incident.  


All AD's and SB's are complied with and there are no known issues with the aircraft at all.  It is meticulously maintained by Vito Perino at Aerotech Aviation (CYKF).