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 Post subject: FS: 1/7th share 1974 A36 Bonanza - based in Seattle (KBFI)
PostPosted: 01 Jul 2019, 20:21 
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Company: Terrene Ventures
Location: KBFI
Aircraft: A36
For Sale - 1/7 share in our fantastic airplane. Our group is currently made up of 6 great partners in a very nice A36, hangared at KBFI. We have a share for sale, so if you're interested in a great way to affordably own a very well cared for Bo, here it is.

Registration: N19RF
Year, Model: 1974 Bonanza A36
Serial Number: E-627
Asking Price: $20,000 for 1/7 share. You're actually buying a 1/7 share in a Washington State LLC, so there is no sales tax due on the transaction.

AIRFRAME:
• TTAF: 8,737 - plane is flown by other club members, so this will change.
• Usable Fuel: 74 gallons
• Useful Load: 1,288 lbs
• Empty CG: 76.85
• Annual: Next due May 2020

ENGINE:
• Continental IO-520-BB
• 1,792 SFRM (reman date: 12/17/2007)
• GAMIjectors
• EDM-700 engine analyzer
• Hartzell 3-blade scimitar propeller

AVIONICS/RADIOS:
• Aspen PFD Pro 1000 primary flight display
• Bendix/King KMA-24 audio panel
• Garmin GNS-530W WAAS GPS
• Bendix/King KX-155 Nav/Comm
• Bendix/King KN-64 DME
• Garmin GTX-345 transponder with ADS-B in/out
• Garmin GFC 600 with altitude hold and GPSS
• Intercom with AUX music input

Traffic/weather displays on the GNS-530W as well as on the Aspen PFD. The GTX-345 transponder can be paired via Bluetooth to your iPad.

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT:
• Cygnet Aerospace dual yoke
• LED landing and taxi lights with a pulse-lite system
• Pilot and co-pilot shoulder harnesses
• Digital tachometer
• 12V power outlets in the panel and mid-cabin

INTERIOR:
Six place leather interior in gray leather

EXTERIOR:
Overall white with blue, gray, and red stripes

PILOT REQUIREMENTS:
The absolute minimum (governed by our insurance) is 250 hours total time, 10 hours retractable time, and 5 hours in Bonanzas (any model Bonanza will do; it doesn't have to be an A36). If you don't have any Bonanza time, but otherwise meet the requirements, we do have an option nearby for getting some dual to meet the 5 hour minimum.

COSTS:

$225/month club dues. This covers fixed costs, such as hangar, GPS database updates, base annual inspection cost, etc.

$40/tach hour. This covers routine maintenance expenses during the year and any maintenance done during the annual inspection. In the time that I've been a member, there's been ample money to also help pay for upgrades.

You pay for your own fuel. After your flight, return the airplane the way you found it - we fuel the airplane to the slots (64 gallons usable).

Cruise performance for me has been 155 KTAS on about 11-12gph LOP.

This flying club has been in operation for more than 30 years, and N19RF has been owned by the club since 1987. We have scheduling policies that ensure fair access to the airplane - they don't limit how much you can fly, just how much ahead of time you can plan for your flying.

Asking Price: $20,000 for 1/7 share. You're actually buying a 1/7 share in a Washington State LLC, so there is no sales tax due on the transaction.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1/7th share 1974 A36 Bonanza - based in Seattle (KBF
PostPosted: 17 Jul 2019, 14:44 
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Hi Mike,

Does your $40 / hour include engine overhaul reserves?

The club I belong to has a C177 & C172. They are at $50 & $40 /hour dry including engine overhaul reserve.

Thanks - Phil


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1/7th share 1974 A36 Bonanza - based in Seattle (KBF
PostPosted: 18 Jul 2019, 18:34 
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[quote="Phil Thomas"]Hi Mike,

Does your $40 / hour include engine overhaul reserves?

No, it doesn't. Each partner accrues their percentage of the engine use during the life of the engine, then they're responsible for that percentage at the time of overhaul.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1/7th share 1974 A36 Bonanza - based in Seattle (KBF
PostPosted: 13 Nov 2019, 20:30 
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Hi, is the share still available?


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1/7th share 1974 A36 Bonanza - based in Seattle (KBF
PostPosted: 13 Nov 2019, 21:27 
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This is a nice airplane. I have given several checkouts, flight reviews, etc. in N19RF.

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1/7th share 1974 A36 Bonanza - based in Seattle (KBF
PostPosted: 14 Nov 2019, 01:30 
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Hi, is the share still available?


Yes, it is still available.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1/7th share 1974 A36 Bonanza - based in Seattle (KBF
PostPosted: 14 Nov 2019, 01:39 
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I don't really get the 7 people share...
What if 4 people in the group need to go on a trip next Saturday???


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1/7th share 1974 A36 Bonanza - based in Seattle (KBF
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I'll give you 140k and buy all 7 shares making me the owner :)


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1/7th share 1974 A36 Bonanza - based in Seattle (KBF
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Me 2. where is the GFC600 autopilot?


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1/7th share 1974 A36 Bonanza - based in Seattle (KBF
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Hi Mike, PM sent.

Thank you,


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1/7th share 1974 A36 Bonanza - based in Seattle (KBF
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Id like to own a share of a group like that. Impressive for a club to get 1800 hours out of an engine. You guys are flying it like owners.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1/7th share 1974 A36 Bonanza - based in Seattle (KBF
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Me 2. where is the GFC600 autopilot?

Those panel pictures were taken before the GFC 600 was installed. I have flown the aircraft since that was added.

The AP control box is on the pilot's side, and the AP mode annunciator is also near the Aspen.

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1/7th share 1974 A36 Bonanza - based in Seattle (KBF
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Id like to own a share of a group like that. Impressive for a club to get 1800 hours out of an engine. You guys are flying it like owners.


It happens all the time. I have seen big Continentals with 3500 plus hours still going strong. Most people overhaul them at TBO because they think it will magically just quit running at 100 over TBO...


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1/7th share 1974 A36 Bonanza - based in Seattle (KBF
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Id like to own a share of a group like that. Impressive for a club to get 1800 hours out of an engine. You guys are flying it like owners.


It happens all the time. I have seen big Continentals with 3500 plus hours still going strong. Most people overhaul them at TBO because they think it will magically just quit running at 100 over TBO...


I agree, but in a club that’s impressive

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1/7th share 1974 A36 Bonanza - based in Seattle (KBF
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Hi Mike, I sent two PMs but no response. Is there a good number to call?

Thanks, James


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