Pressurized luxury, owning this Duke will be like having your own personal airliner ready to go on your schedule!
The Seller has provided the following on how he flys the Duke;
220 knots at 15-21,000'.
Flight plans for 50 GPH block to block.
236 gallon tanks.
Avionics / Equipment
Collins VIR-351 Nav
Dual Collins GLS-350 GS receivers
Garmin SL-40 comm
3rd emergency powered artificial horizon
Morrow SL 20 Audio panel
Collins PN-101 HSI/Compass system
Century IV autopilot/flight director/yaw dampner
RMI w/dual ADF/VOR select
KRA 10A Radar Altimeter
RDR 150 color radar
Smiths encoding altimeter
Shadin fuel flow
Gemini 1200 graphic analyzer
Apollo altitude preselect
Firewall forward alternator conversion
American aviation intercoolers
Heated windshield(known icing)
Engine analyzer night light is inop, must be read with a phone light or flashlight at night.
Overall Pear White with gold and blue stripes.
Although unable to locate any evidence of it, the Seller mentioned when he purchased the Duke 10 years ago, another party mentioned the logs had an entry that could possibly indicate it had a gear up in the past. The Seller's mechanic hasn't found any evidence of this during his tenure maintaining this plane.
Paint and exterior shows well.
Engines / Mods / Prop
3 blade props
Higher time engine burns approx 1 quart of oil every 2.5 hours
Lower time engine uses very little oil
Compressions are good on both engines
A new annual will be performed at the end of May.
Interior / Exterior
Light ivory leather seating
Six place intercom
Interior shows well
Every mod you could want on a Duke. This will make an excellent family or business airplane. Ready to take you and five friends on your next adventure in style! A very sharp airplane.