1977 C340A, N68RC, 9960TT, both engines just overhauled, G500 Glass Cockpit Integrated With KFC200 Autopilot, G430W/G530W, GDL-69A, NEW GTX-345 ADS-B In/Out, ADF, Color Wx Radar, Dual G3 Engine Analyzers. Right Engine/Prop Just Overhauled.
Avionics / Equipment
Garmin G500 Glass Panel
Garmin 530W Com/Nav/GPS/Map-Displays/terrain
Garmin 430W Com/Nav/GPS/Map-Displays
Garmin GDL-69A satellite weather receiver
PS Engineering PMA-8000 Audio Panel
NEW GTX-345 ADS-B in/out xponder
King KWX-56 Color Radar
Bendix-King KFC-200 autopilot, fully integrated with the Garmin GPS.
King KR-87 ADF
183-Gallon Fuel System
11.0 Cu.Ft. Oxygen System
Dual Insight GEM 610 (G3) Graphic Engine Monitor
Factory DeIce: Heated Propellers,
Windshield Alcohol Anti-Ice, Heated Pitot/Static Ports/Stall, 100 Amp Alternators
Beacon, Strobe, Dual Landing Lights, Taxi Light
Vortex Generator Package (increases gross weight 300 lbs)
Passenger area writing desk
No Damage History
New door seals 2009.
Aux fuel cells refurbished or replaced in 2009.
Engines / Mods / Prop
Left Engine "0" Hours Just Overhauled
Right Engine "0" Hours Just Overhauled
Continental TSIO-520-NB, 310 HP, 1600 Hour TBO
Left Prop 558 Hours Since Major Overhaul 8/2005
Right Prop 0 Hours - Just Overhauled
McCauley 3AF32C93NR 3-Blade Heated Propellers
Interior / Exterior
All over White with Black and Red Accents (new paint 4/2010)
New windshield (4/2009)
Six Tan Fabric Seats: Two Cockpits, Four Cabin Club
Gray Seat Belts and Pilot/Copilot Shoulder Harnesses
Brown Carpet, Tan Fabric Side Panels
New interior (8/2009)
Always hangared and professionally maintained
Previously used as an air ambulance (Part 135)
Based in Fredericksburg, Tx (T82)
Note: the airframe does not have a lifetime or TBO.
The only time-limited component of the airframe is the windshield, which has a 9000-hour limit. The windshield was replaced in 2009.
Both engines were just overhauled.
This plane is truly a joy to fly. The KFC autopilot, integrated with the GPS and G500 glass panel, provide hands-off enroute flying and instrument approaches right down to the DH. Safety is greatly increased by lessening the pilot workload allowing the pilot to concentrate on other aspects of the flight (communications, weather, passenger comfort, etc). The GEM engine analyzers are state-of-the-art and are in a prominent location in the pilot’s field of view aiding the pilot in determining which engine to feather in case of an engine failure. The G500 glass panel is backed up by an altimeter, airspeed, and vacuum driven artificial horizon. Another complete backup set of instruments are available on the co-pilot’s side of the panel.