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The Cessna 320F was the last model in a series of turbocharged twins. It was replaced by the T310 in 1969. Unlike the early T310
the 320F has a large interior and has comfortable seating for 6 people. They are very fast yet can be economical at mid cruise speeds.
The book shows 231 mph at 10,000 feet. They are powered by the Continental TSIO 520 engines which are fully serviceable today.
They were always the main powerplants for Cessna and Beechcraft. Less than half of the 320 series built had these 285 HP engines.
Avionics / Equipment
Garmin GNS 550 GPS
Garmin GTX330 Transponder
GDL49 Weather Data Link
STECH 55 Autopilot
KX 165 Nav/Com
Right hand instrument panel
Standby Electric Horizon
PS Engineering IC System
EDM 700 Engine Analyzer
The airframe is way above average in condition. It appears to
have been hangered most of its life. The deice boots look good.
The glass also appears to be in good condition. This is the last
320F built ending production.
Interior / Exterior
Cloud Grey Leather
Extended Range Fuel
Full De Ice Boots
Electric hot Props
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