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 Post subject: FS: two B60 dukes
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Both have topics on BT I am ready to deal. They are for the most part sitting.
N30K 140,000
N65MY 175,000
Both very nice aircraft.
As noted previously I no longer fly at night nor hard IFR. I have a Travelair and A SeaMax coming. Have no need for four aircraft.
So rather than let the planes rot, I will entertain reasonable offers. So far as I know no maintainence is lacking.
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 Post subject: Re: FS: two B60 dukes
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Rocky, did you see this thread in the Want to Buy?

viewtopic.php?f=45&t=142943

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By the way, I will finance up to 2/3 for qualified buyer.


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Come on Duke wanna-be's! I've seen both of these and would make nice rides for someone. They need to fly - not sit! Pilots and passengers will love it! Just sayin! :cheers:


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As Jim said, these are excellent quality airplanes.

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I need to get my multi rating but I'm guessing a Duke isn't the best choice

Sadly, it's what I would want for the subsequent travel when the multi was achieved


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I need to get my multi rating but I'm guessing a Duke isn't the best choice

Sadly, it's what I would want for the subsequent travel when the multi was achieved


Go somewhere like this: http://www.stcharlesflyingservice.com/f ... ngine-atp/

Knock out your multi over a weekend in someone else's airplane, buy a Duke and enjoy.

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Agreed with Brad. I traveled three hours from home and knocked it out in a few days.

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I need to get my multi rating but I'm guessing a Duke isn't the best choice

Sadly, it's what I would want for the subsequent travel when the multi was achieved


Go somewhere like this: http://www.stcharlesflyingservice.com/f ... ngine-atp/

Knock out your multi over a weekend in someone else's airplane, buy a Duke and enjoy.

It's not quite that cut and dried if you expect to insure it.

An insurer is going to require acceptable type-specific training and then significant (as much as 50 hours) of mentor time by someone with a good amount of time in type. Not always an easy (and certainly not cheap) deal depending on where you live and your work schedule...

Not that any of that is not a good idea, but it can be a hurdle/barrier to "moving up".
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yeah, if i'm going to need time in type/tail number for insurance, then i'd rather do the dual and get the rating in that bird

no need to go fly and learn in something i'll never fly in again, if money were no object i would have done my helicopter training in the R44, the R22 is useless and i'll never go fly it


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yeah, if i'm going to need time in type/tail number for insurance, then i'd rather do the dual and get the rating in that bird

no need to go fly and learn in something i'll never fly in again, if money were no object i would have done my helicopter training in the R44, the R22 is useless and i'll never go fly it


The reason I'd suggest doing the rating itself in a trainer is because I wouldn't want to take a checkride in the Duke. That's a LOT more airplane and, really, finding a DPE that can or will give an initial mutli in a Duke won't be easy. It's one thing to do a lot of training in the airplane with a MEI that really knows Dukes (or whatever high performance twin you might be buying), but in-flight intentional shutdowns and all the other "fun" stuff that comes with a checkride will be much easier on you, and the airplane, using a Duchess, etc. IMHO, get the rating itself in an easy airplane, but then dedicate time and $$ to real, type-specific training in your own bird. The rating itself is just a means to an end, the real-world training will occur as part of a type-specific training regimen in your airplane.

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Get your multi rating, buy your Duke, have Bob Hoffman train n fly with you, have fun, and go places! BTW, if one does or investigates sim training, Dukes fly more like a KA than a Baron.


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Agree do the multi in a trainer. Then buy the duke or whatever you decide on and get the requires insurance checkout in that. No need to be beating up your airplane during training.


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Exactly what I did....joined Duke Flyers.....purchased my Duke....then knocked out my multi in 2 days with Zenda Liess in Greensburo, NC....trained with Bob Hoffman.....rode around with a mentor pilot.....

Correct,,,,,,,,, the Duke flies more like a KA than a Baron.....

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Exactly what I did....joined Duke Flyers.....purchased my Duke....then knocked out my multi in 2 days with Zenda Liess in Greensburo, NC....trained with Bob Hoffman.....rode around with a mentor pilot.....

Correct,,,,,,,,, the Duke flies more like a KA than a Baron.....



That's quite a compliment for the Duke.

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