FS: 1965 Beech Debonair asking 65k

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  1. taters

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    FS: 1965 Beech Debonair asking 60

    http://1drv.ms/1L7fuZs Link to all pictures , current logs, and other docs.

    Compete logs

    N222EF BE-35-C33 “Debonair” the owner is selling due to no medical, I have personally flown this plane as have another POA famous guy (Jesse) . This is a great plane for sale ...will be sold with fresh annual and spar inspection AD.

    Airframe

    Has 5888 Hours Total Time
    Repaint in in 1999
    74 Gallon Fuel Tanks
    Dual Whelen HFCRA beacon/strobes top and bottom fuselage mounted
    Dual Cygnet Yokes with chart /IPad holder
    1 Piece windshield installed 1999
    Shoulder Harness
    Rosen Visors

    Engine

    Continental O 470K fuel injected
    1591 Since Last Major Overhaul in 1989.
    1043 Since Service Limits Overhaul in 2001 (lower end)
    949 Since Top End Overhaul in 2003
    949 Since new Prop 3 blade McCauley
    Tannis Heater

    Notable
    New Concorde Platinum battery 2015
    New alternator in 2012
    New LH Mag in 2012
    O/H RH Mag in 2014
    OH of Exhaust 2014
    New flight control hinges 2014
    Wet vacuum pump
    Precise Flight system back up instrument pressure system
    landing gear overhaul and flap motor overall

    Avionics

    Garmin 327 Audio Panel w/ 4 place intercom
    Garmin 430A GNS
    King 155X radio
    King KT74 ADS B capable Transponder (ATC next Gen)
    S-Tec 65 Autopilot
    Garmin GPS Roll Steering (allows G430 to directly communicate to roll servo)
    KMA62a DME







    Damage History
    ------- FAA Accident/Incident 1 -------
    Occurrence Date 2000-11-21 Aircraft Make BEECH
    Aircraft Model 35C33 Damage MINOR
    Narrative (-23) DURING GEAR RETRACTION AFTER TAKEOFF, THE LEFT MAIN FAILED TO ENTER WHEELWELL CAUSING CIRCUIT BREAKER TO BREAK. PILOT WAS INFORMED BY LINCOLN TOWER THAT HIS LEFT MAIN WAS NOT FULLY EXTENDED. PILOT ELECTED TO LAND GEAR UP.
    ------- FAA Accident/Incident 2 -------
    Occurrence Date 1999-10-22 Aircraft Make BEECH
    Aircraft Model 35C33 Damage MINOR
    Narrative (-23) DURING LANDING GEAR EXTENSION, PILOT HEARD A CLUNK/THUD NOISE. THE NOSE GEAR DOWN INDICATOR WAS NOT VISIBLE. PILOT CONDUCTED MANEUVERS TO EXTEND GEAR. TOWER AND MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL CONFIRMED NOSE GEAR WAS NOT DOWN. PILOT LANDED WITH MAIN GEAR DOWN AND NOSE GEAR RETRACTED. INVESTIGATION FOULD NOSE GEAR EXTEND/RETRACT ARM WAS BROKE. THIS INCIDENT IS CLOSED WITH THIS REPORT.
    Repairs made by Duncan Aviation /Beegles Aircraft/And Central Cylinder.
     

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  2. LDJones

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    Nice looking Deb.
     
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    Morgan3820 Cleared for Takeoff

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    I wish that I was ready to move up. This just what I am looking for.
     
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    This is a very nice plane. I have flown it myself. If I needed another plane I sure would be interested.
     
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    Useful load?
     
  7. taters

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    970 lb...data sheet attached...I will have logs and many more pics uploaded to the cloud this weekend.
     

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    Good value!

    You might want to list this on BeechTalk, as well; lots of pictures and information carries the day, there.
     
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    done and done !
     
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    Just out of curiosity, what kind of cruising speed do you see out of that plane?
     
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    on the above Data Sheet 155 TAS/14.5 GPH
     
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    Price?

    (no, I would never downgrade to a single!)
     
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    Fly it like you STOL it ♦
    Rough luck on all the gear trouble. Nice looking plane though ...
     
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    In the title of the thread...
     
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    Ya per the owner on both occasions the pilot was able to keep the prop off of the ground...( it was often leased by the FBO to ferry parts to a P135 outfit)...Duncan Aviation in LNK did the airframe repairs which were surpsingly more minor than I would expect...after the second one Beech flew up and verified the gear system was exactly in spec.... turns out a small pin somewhere that was barely diffent than was was supposed be installed was the source of the problems.....never a hint of trouble since....this plane spent most of its life in Denmark and crossed the pond in 99..still has ferry tank connections under the interior/carpet
     
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    not knowing, but is 970 lbs. useful load low for this type? I would expect something ~1100 lbs.
     
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    a beauty, just about perfect.
     
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    the turbo A36TN I flew had a useful of 1186 lbs (300HP)...considering this only has a 225HP O-470K ...I would think 970 is average on the BE-35-C33 type
     
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    This is pretty close to my ideal plane in about 25 years. My club has a P35 upgraded to an IO520 that I love.


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    the ones with tip tanks will have a little more (~+150lbs) per the STC.
     
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    Nice looking Beech. Wish my wallet was a little thicker.
     
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    Fwiw, I have about 125 hours in this plane and it flies super nice and is very smooth. I will miss it.

    David White has flown it quite a bit as well.
     
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    PM sent Thanks ! Beech EGT guage
     
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    great looking plane.
     
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    I've also ridden in that plane. It'll make someone a nice traveling machine.
     
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    I've flown a plane like that.....and it sure was nice, but it had a different tail. :goofy:
     
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    I've flown that plane quite a bit. Got my commercial pilots license in it - it's a nice bird.
     
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    it is an attractive plane!
     
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    That thing is gorgeous. Above my skillset, otherwise I'd look harder.
     
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    I've taught quite a few people how to fly this very airplane, most of which didn't have a significant amount of experience. I can quite confidently say that I could transition most any pilot into this plane in a minimal amount of hours. The training needed is a rounding error in the ownership experience :)
     
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    When I flew this airplane I was impressed how quiet it was. It impressed me so much I spent awhile looking for one to buy. Looked at several and in fact Jesse looked at one of the potentials for me. None were as nice as this one and it wasn't for sale at the time.
     
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    Jesse is right on...a weekend and just about anyone could fly it....I've transitioned several into Bonanzas out of standard singles....they were all surprised how quickly they felt comfortable.
     
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    yup, it is easy to fly....I certainly don't know what all the hoopla is. :goofy:
     
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    Thanks for your kind words....wish it would have been for sale then ..but hey enjoy that malibu!