“Excellent Condition with only 2075 TT airframe and engine.” 1982 Beech 1982 Beechcraft Sierra C24R.

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Model Year: 1982 Make: Beech
1982 Beechcraft Sierra C24R N61018Serial # MC-7762,070 hours total time since new. 1,431 hours since propeller overhaul.AvionicsGarmin GPS-400 GPS SystemBendix/King KMA-24 Audio PanelSigtronics SPA-400 Intercom System (4-place)Bendix/King KX-155 Digital Nav/Comm with VOR/LOC/GS (#1) Bendix/King KX-155 Digital Nav/Comm with VOR/LOC (#2) Bendix/King KN-64 Digital DME with Nav 1/2 SelectorSTEC System 50 Autopilot with Altitude HoldBendix/King KT-76A Transponder with EncoderPilot/Copilot Control Wheel Push-to-Talk SwitchAvionics Master Switch Options/FeaturesHartzell 2 Blade Constant Speed Propeller Polished SpinnerAstro Tech LC-2 Quartz Chronometer Alcor CHT/EGT (Single Probe)True Airspeed IndicatorOutside Air Temperature Gauge Instrument Post LightsVertical Stab Beacon/Strobe Belly Side Strobe LightWingtip Landing/Taxi Lights Wingtip Nav LightsOriginal and complete logbooks since new. Always U.S. based and hangared since new.Tinted WindowsOil Quick Drain Heated Pitot System Pilot Vent Window57 Gallon Fuel System Alternate Static Source Cabin Air Blower Individual Air Outlets Copilot Brakes Annual inspection completed July, 2018 by Cardinal Aviation in Murray, KY. ELT battery due September, 2020.Useful Load: 889 lbs.Damage History:Gear up landing October, 1986 @ 269 hours total time.Nose gear collapse, propeller strike April, 1991 @ 639 hours total time. Engine disassembled and propeller overhauled at that time.Exterior: Completely stripped, etched, repainted in May, 1998 by Aircraft Refinishers Inc. in Cambridge, MD. Overall Matterhorn White trimmed in Feldspar and Vendetta Red.Interior: Completely refurbished in 1999 with beige seats and matching carpet and surroundings. Specifications subject to verification upon inspection.
This is one of the cleanest airplanes we have seen in a long time. It is very well kept and has had excellent maintenance. The engine is high time but running great with no signs of stress. We just did a thorough pre-purchase inspection on the airplane and there is no corrosion, compression readings all in the 70’s and the oil screen was clean. The only thing we found was a couple of the engine through bolts are seeping some oil which is quite common on high time lycoming engines.
After sale closing will be with Aero Title escrow company in OKC.
Current date: 2019-05-25