For Sale 1957 H-35 Bonanza IO-520. $48,000

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    If interested please send an email to rbmercade at gmail dot com or text me at 619 - Four Nine Five - 0318. Messages to the boards will not be checked often. I'm motivated to sell so please serious inquiries only. Plane is available for inspection at Torrance Airfield (KTOA).

    A bit about N365B: She is a beautiful bird that flies 160 knot LOP at 11.5gph. Engine runs strong and smooth with a balanced prop. I never let the temps exceed 380deg in climb and then run around 280-320 in cruise. After buying this plane at 22 and flying it over 13 years I just don't have the time to keep it in the air as much as it needs to be. I recently got engages and between wedding planning, buying a home, and looking to start a family unfortunately flying just can't take the priority it used to for me. I love this plane and it has taken me on many adventures all around this beautiful country. I really want it to find a good home with someone who will love it and take care of it like I did.

    This plane was featured in the movie Book Club in 2017 including scenes of flight and dialogue between Diane Keaton and Andy Garcia.
    Price: 48,000

    Specifications:
    Year: 1957
    Make: Beechcraft
    Model: Bonanza H35
    Serial: D-4995
    Tail: N365B
    Home Base: KTOA

    Useful Load: 1012 pounds – Link to Online W+B
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1UromVn2YzaNQyQ6yrhzUQLSGi6hV5Vh7YRR6rAV7VhQ
    Empty Weight 2088 - Gross Weight 3100. Empty CG 1628.6
    Total Fuel - 90gal. Usable Fuel - 83
    Interior and Paint both okay... paint could use some touch up and one rudervator needs repainting (sun side). Interior is older style but it good condition. It was an airtex interior made to keep the beauty of the 1950's ear. With the small N-Numbers and period specific paint this really is a bird that looks old but flys new. Great IFR traveler.
    Times:
    TTAF: 6050 - Still Flying
    Engine: IO-520B CONVERSION - Flies great at max weight.
    Oil analysis available upon request for past 10 years.
    Engine SMOH: 1700 - Still Flying
    Propeller: McCauley 3-Blade
    Annual: Due end of May 2019
    All high pressure oil and fuel lines new (2017)

    Avionics:
    Standard Panel Conversion to 6-Pack with Radio Stack
    PS Engineering PMA-8000B with Sat Radio
    Garmin 430W (Just refurbished. Under warranty 4 more months).
    Century NSD 360 HSI paired with 430 and STEC30.
    KX-155
    King KI-209 VOR
    King KT-76C Transponder
    ** ABD-B NOT Complied with. Will need to be done (est $3,200)
    Panel mounted 396 paired with 430W

    STEC 30 with Altitude Hold - T/C + AP Brain replaced 2019
    Electronics International 6 Cylinder EGT/CHT
    Electronics International Engine Gauges
    Four independent fuel gauges.

    Modifications/Maintenance Items:
    Shoulder Harnesses - Pilot/Co-pilot
    BDS 15 Gal Tip Tanks Wingtips
    Wingtip Navigation and Strobe Kit, including Tail Strobe
    D'Shannon Speedsplop Windshield and windows.
    Mike Smith Stinget Tail Cone -
    Upgraded 70A Alternator
    Bruce's Canopy Cover
    Dual yoke

    Check the drive folder for logbooks. Updated to 2016. I will try to get 17-18 On there soon.
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1o7Xr7doGVTO5evWHL65rH7HFGOOKrhNS
    Here is a link to some pictures of the plane.
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1hj0q_kkCGcWAseHdoZI8Wyn5qSJSXHta

    Brandon Mercade
    E: rbmercade@gmail.com
    C: (619) 495-0318