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 Post subject: FS: 1982 Beech A36 - Glass, Air, New 550 & Perfect $264,900
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Two years ago, I acquired this airplane for a client of mine who called me last week to inform me he was quitting flying. This is an airplane for those of us who suffer from OCD... 4630TT, 75 hours since a factory new IO-550, complete Garmin glass, air conditioning and all of the accoutrements from Rosen visors and G&D window inserts to GAMI's, ADS-B and XM weather. Always hangared, perfect logs, and no damage history. The airplane was flawless when I purchased it and I am told the same now. I've posted basic info here but you can see a complete description on my website at:

https://www.aircraftassociates.com/beec ... -bonanza2/

I am awaiting complete digital logs and weight & balance data but I thought I'd share what I have on the airplane given it's rare that I run across a turnkey Bonanza like this that has been completely updated and gives the buyer an exit strategy. As always, feel free to call me about the plane and I'll get the remaining data posted ASAP. All the best... Randy


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1982 Beech A36 - Glass, Air, New 550 & Perfect $264
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Now THAT is a very fine specimen, indeed!! :thumbup:

I’ve contended that it’s impossible to find a Beechcraft for sale that doesn’t need something: paint, interior, avionics, and/or engine. My declaration is that “the owners who throw that kind of money at their planes keep them. They don’t sell them.”

This one is ONE that disproves my theory. It truly is a Unicorn.

If you’re a buyer looking for a plane that’s “done”, I wouldn't drag my feet on this one. I guarantee that some keen, educated buyer who has been waiting a LONG time for such a specimen is going to pounce as soon as he logs in and sees this one.

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1982 Beech A36 - Glass, Air, New 550 & Perfect $264
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John... I can't speak for a broker but from a buyer's rep position, there's always been a market for high quality airplanes. And anyone whose been through the process of doing a ground up restoration knows just how difficult it is logistically. Honestly, in my experience, you can take the book and throw it away. These turnkey, or "nused" airplanes as I call them, are so rare that the value is really whatever the buyer is willing to pay for the plane. I just feel really lucky when I am able to find a plane like this for one of clients.

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1982 Beech A36 - Glass, Air, New 550 & Perfect $264
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If one considers that an average A36 with a run out engine probably costs $175,000, this plane is a GREAT value. To bring the average A36 to the level of this plane would probably cost another $120,000-$175,000, depending on what it needed.

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1982 Beech A36 - Glass, Air, New 550 & Perfect $264
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:whistle:......snazzy! Ought to go quick, IMO. GLWS!

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1982 Beech A36 - Glass, Air, New 550 & Perfect $264
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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1982 Beech A36 - Glass, Air, New 550 & Perfect $264
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N6319U is my former airplane, and I was a good steward of the craft. Attention paid to every detail. Two subsequent Beechtalker owners have put the best engine and panel onto that airframe, and it is outstanding!

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1982 Beech A36 - Glass, Air, New 550 & Perfect $264
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That looks great and if this was for sale in February this year while I was on the hunt it would have been mine. I was looking at all planes set up a certain way. From my experience in looking this is a dandy!

What is useful load? I cannot find that in any of the listings?


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If one considers that an average A36 with a run out engine probably costs $175,000, this plane is a GREAT value. To bring the average A36 to the level of this plane would probably cost another $120,000-$175,000, depending on what it needed.

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Gorgeous Airplane

Randy, what was the date the new engine was installed?

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1982 Beech A36 - Glass, Air, New 550 & Perfect $264
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The new engine in the airplane was installed just over a year ago

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1982 Beech A36 - Glass, Air, New 550 & Perfect $264
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Is this plane still on the market?

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Rocky I have a signed contract on it

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1982 Beech A36 - Glass, Air, New 550 & Perfect $264
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Congratulations to the buyer!! He struck like a rattlesnake!!!! :thumbup:

It's taken me a long time to figure it out, but I realized that's what it takes: recognize a "good one", and strike without hesitation. In my case, both the ability to recognize, and the ability to strike swiftly are problematic.

Good thing I wasn't in the market for an A36. I'd be heartbroken if I were.

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Thing sold almost as fast as a Sidewinder!!!


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Rocky I have a signed contract on it

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