1975 Beech 58 Baron

1959 Cessna 310C, N1181F, Serial Number 35971

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Exterior:

Matterhorn White Base, Vivid Red, Dark Gray*

Interior:

Gray Moon Vinyl Seat Trim with Cool Oxford Wool Fabric Inserts, Chalet Gray Carpet, Eclipse Lighthouse Headliner.** 

Configuration:

Two Crew Seats, Two Place Aft Bench Seat

 

Total Time Airframe:

3380.3 Hours

Total Time Left Engine:

165.5 Hours Since Overhaul

Total Time Right Engine:

288.4 Hours Since Overhaul

Total Time Left Propeller:

128.0 Hours Since New

Total Time Right Propeller:

128.0 Hours Since New

 

 

Annual Due:

July 2006 (Complied July 27, 2005 @ 3378.7 Hours)

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Avionics Consisting Of:  

 

 

King KMA-24 Audio Panel with Three Light Marker Beacon Receiver

 

 

King KY-196 Com Transceiver (720 Channels)

 

 

King KN-53 Navigation Receiver with 40 Channel Glideslope Receiver

 

 

King KX-155 Nav/Com with KI-208 VOR/LOC #2 Navigation Indicator

 

 

King KI-209 VOR/LOC/GS Indicator #1 Navigation Indicator

 

 

King KN-64 DME

 

 

King KT-76A Transponder

 

 

ACK A-30 Encoding Altimeter

 

 

King KR-87 ADF with KI-227 Indicator

 

 

Insight Strikefinder Weather Detection System

 

 

STEC 60-2 Autopilot with Automatic Electric Trim

 

 

Apollo 612B Loran "C" Navigation System

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Options:  

 

Left and Right Landing Lights

 

Taxi Light

 

133 Gallon Fuel Capacity

 

Cabin Heater

 

Co-Pilot Control Wheel

 

Co-Pilot Rudder Pedals

 

Safe Flight Stall Warning System

 

Ground Service Plug

 

Dual Gill G25 Batteries

 

STC SA0140A National Air Parts Alternator Conversion

 

STC SA00799CH Hartzell Propeller Conversion

 

STC SA6150 Turbo-Mod, Inc. Underwing Exhaust and Aft Nacelle Fairings

 

STC SA7777SW-D Stec-60 Automatic Electric Trim System

 

STC SA00079NY Airwolf Filter Corporation Engine Oil Filter

 

 

 

 

 

Engine Data:

 

Engine Type:

Continental IO-470-D - 1500 Hour TBO

Engine Serial Numbers:

 

Left Engine:

75411-9-D - Installed 10/16/97 @ 3214.8 Hours

Right Engine:

75423-9-D - Installed 3/06/96 @ 3091.9 Hours

Left Engine Compression

@ Annual Inspection: 74 / 72 / 72 / Repaired / Repaired / 74

Right Engine Compression

@ Annual Inspection: 68 / 69 / 72 / 73 / 77 / 76

 Engines Overhauled by

Triad Aviation, Inc.,
Burlington Municipal Airport
3439 South Aviation Drive
Burlington, NC 27215

Propeller Data:

 

Propeller Type:

Hartzell Two-Bladed, Model HC-C2YF-2CUF

Propeller Blade Model:

FC8468-3

Left Propeller Hub Serial Number:

AN7500B

Left Propeller Blade Serial Numbers:

J-59855
J-59854

 

 

 

 

Right Propeller Hub Serial Number:

AN7501B

Right Propeller Blade Serial Numbers:

J-59611
J-59610

 

Installed May 1, 2001 @ 3252.3 Hours

 

 

6 Years / 2400 Hours Recommended TBO

 

Operating Weights:

 

Empty Weight:

3326.60 Pounds

 

Fuel Capacity (Usable):

780.00 Pounds

 

Useful Load:

1503.40 Pounds

 

Maximum Takeoff Weight:

4830.00 Pounds

 

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Fuel Cells Replacement:
Right Tip Tank Replaced February 20,2004 @ 3349.9 Hours
Right Auxiliary Tank Replaced February 20,2004 @ 3349.9 Hours
     
Glass Replacement:
Pilot Window, Pilot Vent, Co-Pilot Window, Left and Right Outside Passenger Windows, Left and Right Inside Passenger Windows replaced December 24, 2001 @ 3265.0 Hours.

 

FAR 91.411 Complied August 1, 2003 - Due August 2005  
FAR 91.413 Complied August 1, 2003 - Due August 2005  
FAR 91.207d (ELT Battery) Complied July 27, 2005 @ 3378.9 Hours  
- Due May 31, 2007  

Cabin Heater Information:
Heater Overhauled November 6, 1996 @ 3168.2 Hours

Paint:

Painted with U.S. Paint by Blue Sky Aviation, 1356 Tory Hill Drive, Loris, SC 29569
December 15, 2001 @ 3265.0 Hours. Paint Colors are Matterhorn White Base (G8003), Vivid Red (G7367) and Dark Gray (G1344).
**Interior:
Interior by Blue Sky Aviation, 1356 Tory Hill Drive, Loris, SC 29569 December 24, 2001 @ 3265.0 Hours.

 

 

 

Damage Incidents:

Original aircraft logbooks were destroyed by fire at the Gray's Creek Airport, Fayetteville, NC on or about June 28, 1994. There was no damage to the aircraft.
October 14, 1964. Research of FAA Form 337's received from the Federal Aviation Administration revealed repair work performed to the aircraft by Walston Aviation, East Alton, Illinois. Review of the work performed would indicate the aircraft most likely received damage due to the collapse of the right main landing gear.

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Information Effective:     August 5, 2005 

 

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