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1981 BEECHCRAFT 58P BARON

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General Specs

For Sale

1981

BEECHCRAFT 58P BARON

N3810C

TJ335

Kokomo, IN USA


General Specs

377

1,989 SMOH

1989 SMOH

1,452 SPOH

989 SPOH

Used

N/A


Additional Classifications


Detailed Description

N3810C. 1981 Beechcraft Baron 58P, 3770 TT, 1989 SMOH, 1452/989 SPOH. Garmin GMA 340 Audio Panel, Garmin GMA 340 Audio Panel, Garmin GTX330 Transponder, King KLN 90B GPS, King DME.

Avionics / Equipment

Avionics: 
Garmin GMA 340 Audio Panel 
Garmin GNS 430W Nav/Comm 1 
King KX155 Nav/Comm 2 
King KLN 90B GPS 
Garmin GTX330 Transponder 
King DME 
Avidyne EX500 MFD linked to RDR160 Radar  
XMD076 Datalink 
King KFC 200 Auto Pilot 
Sandel 3308 EHSI 
King 55A HSI 
Strike Finder 

Additional Equipment & Modifications:
Full De-ICE
Avidyne EX500 MFD 
Pressurized 
Dual HSI 
Factory Oxygen 
Factory Air Conditioning 
Dual Yoke 
WAAS GPS 
Alcor TIT gauge 
GEM Engine Monitor 
Rosen Visors 
Backup Attitude Indicator 
Shadin Fuel Totalizer

Airframe

Aircraft Total Time: 3,770 Hours

Engines / Mods

Engine Hours Since Overhaul: L: 1,989 Hours      R: 1,989 Hours 
Hours Since Top Overhaul: L: 372 hours      R: 372 hours 
Type of Overhaul: Major Overhaul 
Date of Overhaul: 11/1995 
Overhaul Shop: Buldoc Aviation

Engine: TSIO-520-WB
Engine Serial #:  L: 248150-R      R: 518470
Engine HP: 325 HP 


Prop
Hours Since Prop Overhaul: L: 1,452 Hours     R: 989 Hours

Interior / Exterior

Exterior Condition: 
The exrterior was completely stripped and painted in 2002. The aircraft has been kept in a hangar and still looks great! The aircraft shows well and still has lots of shine! 

Interior Condition: 
The interior has been replaced with a very nice tan leather interior that is in fantastic shape! The rips tears, or stains.

Remarks

Next Annual Date:  9/2018 
Useful Load: 1,730 pounds 
Fuel Capacity:	 190 Gallons 
Logbook Condition: Complete and Original Since New 


Ownership History:  This aircraft has been corporately owned and flown by an airline pilot. Due to a decrease in the need to travel the owners decided it was best to sell the aircraft. 
Damage History:  Nose gear collapse in 1999. Both engines sent to Mattituck for tear down inspections.

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