Cessna introduced the Cessna 175 Skylark in 1958 and was intended to bridge the gap between the Cessna 172 and the much more powerful Cessna 182. One distinctive feature of the 175 Skylark was the single Continental G-300 engine, which drives the propeller through a reducing gearbox. Due to reliability issues with the engine fitted, the aircraft had received negative feedback at the time. The airframe was constructed as all-metal, made of aluminium alloy, and was designed to allow for an increased gross weight. The landing gear fitted to the Cessna 197 Skylark was a tricycle arrangement, manufactured in spring steel.
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