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 Post subject: SOLD: 1991 B36TC N8241N EA-522 ASPEN Garmin 650/750/350/345
PostPosted: 14 Nov 2017, 10:40 


Joined: 12/25/10
Posts: 7
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Aircraft: Baron 58
To facilitate the sale of my customers aircraft I ended up personally taking this in trade. It is probably the finest B36TC I have seen in the used market. The prior owner, who was not a pilot, had it professionally flown and spared no expense doing upgrades during his short ownership. That owner discovered the value of business aviation and has now moved up to a turboprop. Reflecting the realities of the marketplace this plane is offered at an aggressive price for a quick sale.

Pictures and records from the last time the plane was on the market are here: ... PBGoa?dl=0

Panel updates have been done to the audio panel and transponder since these were taken

Tom Bijou 972-679-1857

1991 B36TC N8241N SN EA-522 Asking $299,000

Airframe: 2545 Total Time
Engine: 477 SMOH, TCM TSIO 520-UB (Overhauled by Custom Airmotive, Inc. in 8/2015)
Propeller: 477 TT – Hartzell (New in 8/2015)

Max Gross Takeoff Weight: 3,850 pounds Useful Load: 1,079 pounds
Usable Fuel Capacity: 102 gallons

Inspection Status:
Currently undergoing a fresh Annual and 411/413 Inspection. All AD’s in Compliance. Always US Based

Damage History:
3/2015 – Gear Up Landing. Damage repaired to undercarriage, propeller replaced, engine overhauled.

Aspen PFD1000 w/AHRS, GPSS, SVT w/Backup Battery and 2 year Extended Warranty
Garmin GTN 750 #1 GPS/Nav/Comm (WAAS) w/Jeppeseon Charts
Garmin GTN 650 #2 GPS/Nav/Comm (WAAS)
Garmin GDL 69A (XM Weather and XM Radio)
King KFC 150 Autopilot with Altitude Pre-select, Electric Trim, Yaw Damper, and GPSS
Garmin GTX345 ADSB Transponder
Garmin GTX 330-ES Mode S Transponder
Garmin GMA 350C Audio Panel
Shadin Fuel Flow Monitor (Linked to GRTN Equipment)
BFG Stormscope
JPI EDM 760 Engine Management System
Sigmatek Standby Attitude Indicator

Additional Equipment:
Air conditioning
Vent blower
Heated Propeller Deice
Turbo GAMIjectors (customized tuned fuel injectors)
Standy Generator
Built-in Oxygen with Supply Adapters Included
Concord Sealed Battery
LED Landing Light
LED Taxi Light

Painted 7/2013 White with Black/Gold Striping 9.5/10

New 7/2013 9.5/10

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1991 B36TC N8241N EA-522 ASPEN Garmin 650/750/350/
PostPosted: 14 Nov 2017, 15:31 


Joined: 02/02/14
Posts: 65
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Location: Charleston, WV
Aircraft: 1984 Bonanza F33A
Beautiful plane. Was it the prior owner's professional pilot that had the gear up incident in 3/15?


 Post subject: Re: FS: 1991 B36TC N8241N EA-522 ASPEN Garmin 650/750/350/
PostPosted: 14 Nov 2017, 16:03 

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Location: Jackson, MS (KHKS)
Aircraft: 1959 Travel Air
The plane has 3 transponders?


 Post subject: Re: FS: 1991 B36TC N8241N EA-522 ASPEN Garmin 650/750/350/
PostPosted: 14 Nov 2017, 21:01 


Joined: 01/09/13
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Location: Frederick , MD (KHGR)
Aircraft: B737, B36TC
Tom-- Nice plane.

Good Luck,



 Post subject: Re: FS: 1991 B36TC N8241N EA-522 ASPEN Garmin 650/750/350/
PostPosted: 15 Nov 2017, 04:41 


Joined: 10/22/17
Posts: 6
Aircraft: Baron 58
Nice. Where is this plane located? I'm about to sign a contract on a 1982 B36TC but maybe I should consider this one first. I live in Grapevine.


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