1967 5900 TTAF 390 SFRM (Left) 1250 SFRM (Right) Continental IO 520C (1700 TBO) GAMI Injectors 1000.
5900 TTAF 390 SFRM (Left) 1250 SFRM (Right) Continental IO-520C (1700 TBO) GAMI Injectors 1000 SPOH (L & R) McCauley 2 blade Garmin GMA 340 Audio panel Garmin GNS 530W NavCom/GPS King KX-155 NavCom King KT-70 Transponder/Encoder Bendix T-12D ADF Garmin 106A CDI King KN-60C Century III Autopilot (fully coupled) Electric trim Avionics master Full De-ice (alcohol props and windshield) Large baggage door 142 gallons usable O.A.T. Co-pilot PTT Recent Late Style Glass Pneumatic door seal Leather interior (6 seats) 6 place intercom Plumbed for oxygen (no tank) Passenger reading lights Tanis heaters Post lights Taxi light Late style gear Paint 8.5 Interior 7.5 Fresh Annual (Sept, 2018) Airframe Logs 1989-Present. Significant documentation (337’s, 8130’s) and documentation of Beechcraft factory modifications and Airworthiness Certification from new Your are bidding on a unique, well maintained Beech C-55. The C-55 is the hot rod of the Baron line, able to take off in under 1000ft, climb 2000fpm, and has a true airspeed of 200kts along with a useful load of near 2000 lbs. We routinely operate these planes out of a 1600ft grass strip. This is a gorgeous plane that you will be proud to taxi up in on any ramp! N2724T was delivered and based in Minnesota it"s entire life and most of the maintenance performed by the same shop. While the airframe log only goes back to 1989, there is significant prior documentation dating back to the factory. N2724T was produced as a C-55, SERIAL NUMBER TE-354, in 1967. The airplane was not sold, but was used by Beech to develop the B-58 Baron, which was introduced in 1970. Beech fans and experts will note from the photos, this is no ordinary C-55. Numerous documented modifications by the factory include the large nose and gear from the B-58 along with the larger tail from the later D/E-55 and B-58. Other significant modifications include the single fuel tank (71gal/side) in each wing from the later aircraft and the larger engine nacelles. However, it is important to note that none of the modifications utilized any parts solely unique to this aircraft, later model Baron parts are identical. After it"s use as a Beech test aircraft, it was purchased by an individual and with help from United Beechcraft in Wichita, a unique airworthiness certificate was obtained from the FAA. This certificate reads 95-C55-BAS and the POH shows the aircraft as 1 of 1. The significant undertaking is meticulously documented in the logs of the aircraft. This aircraft recently suffered a gear up incident in April of 2018. The repairs included replacement of the flaps, propellers, and forward most belly skin. The engine crankshafts dialed .001 or less and have more than 60 hours of operation since the repair, but will require tear down inspection if the aircraft is utilized for other than Part 91 operations. (we can perform this for $7500 each) With this in mind, this unique aircraft is priced tens of thousands less than any comparable aircraft for sale anywhere! Call Steve for details at 423-737-5595.
Located in Athens, Tennessee, United States. Current date: 2018-10-05