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1977 BEECHCRAFT 58P BARON

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General Specs

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1977

BEECHCRAFT 58P BARON

N4592S

TJ-87

Tulsa, OK USA


General Specs

2,561

217 SMOH

217 SMOH

Used

IFR

6


Additional Classifications


Detailed Description

This low-time, de-iced ’77 Pressurized Baron sports 200 hour engines and a hard IFR-equipped Garmin panel, including Garmin GTN-650 & GTX-330, HSI, ADS-B, Century IV AP w/ FD and Altitude Hold!! Digital Engine Analyzer, Factory A/C, Vortex Generators, Dual Yokes, and More!

Avionics / Equipment

Avionics/Radios
Garmin GMA-340 Audio Panel w/ 3-Light Marker Beacons and 4-Place Stereo Voice-Activated Intercom
Garmin GTN-650 ‘Navigator’ Touchscreen IFR-WAAS-Approach-Certified GPS-Com with Color Moving Map (coupled to HSI) Installed per Garmin STC# SA02019SE-D
Century NSD-360 Slaved HSI
Garmin SL-30 Digital Nav-Com w/ VOR/LOC & 2nd Glideslope
Garmin GTX-330 Mode-S Transponder w/ Traffic Information Service STC# SA01714W1
Garmin GDL-88 ADS-B Transceiver interfaced to the GTN650 STC# SA01714W1
Mid-Continent MD41-1510 Annunciation Control Unit
Century IV AP w/ HDG & GPS/NAV Tracking, Flight Director, Pitch Mode, Reverse Sensing, Approach Mode, Go-Around Mode, Glideslope Coupling, Altitude Hold & Yaw Damper

Additional Equipment
Additional Equipment:
Factory Air-Conditioning 
De-Ice Boots on all wing and tail leading edges. 
Hot Props & Alcohol Windshield 
Vortex Generators (STC # SA4016NM) June 1995
Insight 1200 Graphic Engine Analyzer (STC # SA157NE) November 1995
Cleveland Wheels & Brakes Conversion Kit (STC # SA178GL) November 1995
Fuel Capacity – 190 Gallons Useable Fuel
Factory Oxygen System
Dual Ram’s Horn Yoke w/ PTT, AP Disconnect, Trim Interrupt & Electric Trim switches
Propeller Syncrophaser
Polished Prop Spinners
High-Intensity LED Landing Lights
Electric Inflatable Door Seal
Avionics Master Switch
‘Low Door Seal Pressure’ Warning Light
‘Low Fuel Pressure’ Warning Lights
‘Cabin Altitude’ Warning Light
‘Cabin Doors Ajar’ Warning Light
‘Alternator Out’ Warning Lights
Electric Trim Master Switch
Rosen Sunvisors STC’d
Pilot’s Storm Window
Yoke-mounted Davtron MB-800 Chronometer
Yaw Damper 
Aft Cabin Club Seating w/ Executive Writing Table & Drink Holders
Aft Cabin Auxiliary Power Receptacle at Executive Writing Table for charging cell phones, laptops, etc.
Overhead ‘Airline Eyeball style’ Fresh Air Vents at All Seating Stations
Rear Cabin Baggage Compartment with Cargo Restraint Net and Clothes Hangar Rack
Useful Load: 1817 lbs

Airframe

2,561 Hours Total Time Since New!!

Engines / Mods

Left Engine:
217.1 SMOH by Custom Airmotive, Inc. CRS# DC2R763K (10/2008)
Continental TSIO-520-L, 310 HP & 1,400 TBO
Most recent compressions at last annual” #1 78 /80 , #2 78 /80 ,#3 77 /80 ,#4 79 /80, #5 79 /80, & #6 78 /80 

Right Engine:
217 Hours Since Major Overhaul by Western Skyways, Inc. CRS# DC2R763K (10/2008)
Continental TSIO-520-L, 310 HP & 1,400 TBO
Most recent compressions at last annual’ #1 76/80, #2 74/80, #3 76/80, #4 76/80, #5 78/80, & #6 74/80

Prop Specs
Left Propeller:
217 Hours Since Prop Overhaul by Foster’s Propeller Service, Inc. CRS# F3PR014N (01/2009)
Hartzell PHC-J3YF-2UF Hot Prop, 2,400 TBO

Right Propeller:
217 Hours Since Prop Overhaul by Foster’s Propeller Service, Inc. CRS# F3PR014N (01/2009)
Hartzell PHC-J3YF-2UF Hot Prop, 2,400 TBO

Interior / Exterior

Exterior: (7)
Professionally stripped, acid etched, washed, alodined, primed and painted by Goodner Aircraft Painting, Inc. of Mena, Arkansas in March 1995.
Painted with the following Pratt & Lambert ‘Jet Glo’ paints:
Base coat: ‘Creamy White’ (UB00219)
Trim colors:
Major Trim: Brown Metallic (HR10691)
Major Trim: Dark Brown Metallic (HR10623)
Minor Trim: Carter Gold Metallic (HS10688)
Always hangared. 
Rated: 7.

Interior: (7)
Brown naugahyde seat upholstery in main cabin club seating.
Off White factory sidepanels with Brown accents.
Brown seatbelts and carpeting.
Off-White interior window trim and headliner. 
Full Sheepskin-covered Pilot & Co-Pilot Seats with Headrests and Shoulder Harnesses.
Rated: 7.

Remarks

Inspection Status
Logbooks: Logs from (new) May 1977 to Feb 1990 were lost. However, an affidavit in the logbooks verifies that this aircraft was fully maintained by Beechcraft West in Van Nuys, CA (later known as United Van Nuys Beechcraft) from the time the aircraft was new until transfer to Camarillo Airport, CA in Feb 1990 when the logbooks were lost and that the times were reconstructed from the records on file at that Beechcraft shop. All logbooks from 1993 to present.
Annual Inspection Due: July 1, 2018
IFR Certification Due: May 1, 2018
No Known Damage History.

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