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1989 BEECHCRAFT A36 BONANZA 36

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General Specs

For Sale

1989

BEECHCRAFT A36 BONANZA 36

N8088J

E-2502

Kokomo, IN USA


General Specs

1,622

1,622 SNEW

Used

2000

N/A


Additional Classifications


Detailed Description

N8088J. 1989 Bonanza A36, 1622TT,  King KMA 24 Audio Panel, Garmin GNS530 WAAS Nav/Com 1, GNS430 WAAS Nav/Com 2, King KT76C Xpdr, King DME, Gami Injectors, WAAS GPS, 4 Place Intercom.

Avionics / Equipment

Avionics: 
King KMA 24 Audio Panel 
Garmin GNS530 WAAS Nav/Comm 1 
Garmin GNS430 WAAS Nav/Comm 2 
King kR87 ADF 
KFC150 Auto Pilot with Flight Director and Yaw Dampening. 
King KT76C Transponder 
Garmin GDL88 ADSB In and Out XM weather and Traffic 
GDC31 GPSS Roll Steering 
Garmin GDL 69 Xm DatalInk 
3M Storm Scope 
King DME 

Additional Equipment & Modifications:
Gami Injectors 
Standby Vacuum System 
B&C Standby Alternator 
Storm Scope 
GPS Annuciator 
GPSS Roll Steering 
4 Place Intercom 
JPI 700 Engine Monitor 
20 Gal Osborne Tip Tanks 
Rosen Sun Visors 
WAAS GPS 
GDL 69 
GDL 88 ADSB
New Style Panel and Yokes 
Glove Box

Airframe

Aircraft Total Time: 1,622 hours

Engines / Mods

Engine: IO-550-B
Engine Serial #:  675481
Engine HP: 300HP 
Engine Hours Since New: 1,622 hours 
Type of Overhaul: Factory New 
Date of Overhaul: 7/1989 
Overhaul Shop: Teledyne Continental 

Prop Overhauled:  8/2001 
Hours Since Prop Overhaul: 692 hours

Interior / Exterior

Exterior Condition: This aircraft was completely stripped and painted in 2000 with Matterhorn White, Navy blue, and Marlin Blue. All flight controls were balanced and reinstalled. The paint is still in good shape and shows very well! 

Interior Condition: Interior is the original Beech factory interior and is still in very good shape. No rips tears or stains.

Remarks

Next Annual Date:  5/2019
Useful Load: 1,173 Pounds 	
Fuel Capacity:	 120 Gallons 
Logbook Condition: Complete and Original Since New 

Ownership History: This aircraft has been in central Indiana with its second owner for the last 12 years. The aircraft has been hangared its entire life and maintained with an open check book! The previous owner was making some lifestyle changes and did not have as much time to fly it. They decided they should sell the aircraft rather than let it sit. 

Damage History: No Known or Documented Damage history

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