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  • 1947 BEECHCRAFT 35 BONANZA


    General Specs

    • For Sale
    • 1947
    • BEECHCRAFT 35 BONANZA
    • N4936N
    • Not Listed
    • Madisonville, TN USA

     

    34500 $34,500 USD

    James Lee

    • (423) 519-0600
    • James Lee


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    34500 $34,500 USD



    General Specs (cont.)

    3,300

    623 SMOH

    236 SOH

    Used

    VFR

    4

    Additional Classifications


    Detailed Description

    1947 BONANZA 35, 3300 TT, 623 SMOH, 236 SPOH. Garmin XL150, D'Shannon Windshield, Inst. Panel & 3rd Window. E-225 w/Hyd. Prop, Many Mods!

    Avionics / Equipment

    Avionics:
    •  TKM NAVCOM
    •  MicroAir COM with aux in
    •  Garmin GPS XL150 (VFR only)
    •  FlightCom Intercom 4-place
    •  King Transponder

    Airframe

    3300 Hours Total Time

    Engines / Mods / Prop

    Engine Continental E225-8 TSMOH 623
    
    Prop TSHO 236

    Remarks

    Top Speed: 145KTS
    Cruise: 130KTS@10gph
    
    Recent maintenance:
    •  Both mags overhauled within last 2 years.
    •  New tires (all 3)  2016
    •  Exhaust gaskets replaced 2016
    •  Pilot static system/xponder//VOR ramp test completed 3-2016
    •  New Concorde battery 5-2016
    •  Both L/R fuel cell repaired 2005
    •  Skin thickness AD 97-06-11 in 2008
    •  Re-skinned magnesium ruddervators by Aerosurfaces  2010
    •  Pressure carb Overhauled 2010
    •  Overhauled Hartzell prop 2011-complied  w AD
    •  Overhauled fuel pump/selector 2011
    •  Installed Stabilizer attach fitting to remove AD 76-05-04 recurring inspections 2013
    •  Aluminum truss mod on the main spar.
    •  2015 Prop Inspection satisfying AD
    
    Upgrades:
    •  Cleveland wheels and brakes
    •  Dukes Aux pump installed (337-paperwork)
    •  Jasco Alternator STC - 2008
    •  D'Shannon Speed Slope Windsheild
    •  D'Shannon 3rd Window
    •  D'Shannon panel
    •  Auxiliary 10 gallon Fuel Tank
    •  Hartzell hydraulic prop conversion
    •  MoGas STC (which we have never exercised...   always flown on 100LL)
    
    Beautiful A/C! With the clean paint, interior, and D'shannon upgrades it has great ramp presence. Inexpensive VFR travel aircraft and time builder.  Major structural upgrades/ADs completed.  My partner and I have thoroughly enjoyed this fine example of the first year Bonanza and have both earned our PPL in it as well as complex and high performance ratings and built time towards our IFR. We have often said this old girl owes us no apologies. She is truly a joy to fly and will get you there a lot faster than that rental 172 or Cherokee 140 in style and on less fuel per mile.