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1966 BEECHCRAFT QUEEN AIR 88

Details

General Specs

For Sale

1966

BEECHCRAFT QUEEN AIR 88

N888JT

USA


General Specs

2,480

850 SMOH

350 SMOH

Used

IFR

7


Additional Classifications


Detailed Description

1966 Beech Queen Air 88 - Pressurized! 2480TT, 850/350 SMOH, Fresh Overhauled Props, Garmin GNS-480, Stormscope, Executive Configuration-7 Seats, 264 Gal Fuel, Lots Of Work Recently Done To This Aircraft. One Of The Few 88's Left Flying, And A Fine Example Of One At That.

CONTACT: Jim (432) 522-2000, (800) 428-1870; Ross (432) 413-0607

Avionics / Equipment

Garmin GNS-480 GPS/Nav/Com
King KX-155 Nav/Com
KN64 DME
KMA-20 Audio Panel
KT-76A Transponder
Stormscope
Collins PN-101 HSI
Insight Stormscope
Century III Autopilot
Dual Inverters
Sigtronics Intercom
Full Pilot and Co-pilot instrumentation

Factory Air Conditioning    (same as 90 King Air)
200 Amp Generators 
Dual Inverters
4 Fuel Boost Pumps
Cleveland Wheel and Brake Conversion
Gill Lead Acid Battery Installed
Certified Known Ice  -   Boots, Electric Props and Windshield 
Alternate Static Air Source 
Pilot Cockpit Storm Window 
Oxygen Ports at All Seats 
Ground Power Receptacle
64 Cu. Ft. Oxygen tank
Air-Stair door with damper

Airframe

2480 Hours Total Time - Low total time aircraft
No Damage History
Complete logs

Engines / Mods

Lycoming IGSO-540-A1D
Left Engine 850 Hours Since Overhaul by TW Smith
Right Engine 350 Hours Since Overhaul

Both engines have excellent compression and run great.

200 Amp Generator conversion
Cleveland Wheels and Brakes
Stratoflex Teflon Hoses
Airwolf Spin-On Oil filter conversion

Interior / Exterior

4 Place club seating with 2 executive tables
Aft cabinet with hot coffee and water dispensers
Aft potty with relief tube - partitioned for privacy
Aft baggage compartment accessible in flight
Overhead center isle lighting
Individual seat lights
Overhead table lights
Floor entry light and window shades

Paint - 8.5/10 -   White top, Blue Bottom, with Blue and Gray Stripes
Polished Spinners

Remarks

This aircraft is essentially a 90 King Air at half the operational and purchase cost! 
Cruise at FL190 at 210KTAS on 40 GPH. 
This aircraft has been extensively gone through by one of the most experienced Queen Air shops in the country with nearly 30 years of Queen Air experience. 
No expenses were spared in bringing this aircraft back up to standards. 
One of the few 88's left flying, and is one of the finest examples. 

Fresh Annual with Sale.

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