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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1976 Baron 58P-G500, Dual GTN 750, RAM - $245k
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Curious - what type aircraft - turbine did you choose? I’m looking to upgrade as well. Need a higher service ceiling and would like 300+ kts


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1976 Baron 58P-G500, Dual GTN 750, RAM - $245k
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Does this one have alcohol drive for the windshield? Great panel!

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1976 Baron 58P-G500, Dual GTN 750, RAM - $245k
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This is pretty much what I am looking for. It is a bit older with the throw over yoke. Are there any thoughts to the pluses and minuses of a throw over yolke versus dual yokes? I would love to hear some opinions. I am very interested in this airplane for me and my family. Thank you.


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The throw over yokes are absolutely wonderful. The dual yoke an abomination.


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This is pretty much what I am looking for. It is a bit older with the throw over yoke. Are there any thoughts to the pluses and minuses of a throw over yolke versus dual yokes? I would love to hear some opinions. I am very interested in this airplane for me and my family. Thank you.


My 2 cents from having a single yoke Bonanza and 200 hours in a P Baron...

Dual yoke is only better for training (for your instructors use). All other operations are better with the single yoke. The only thing the instructor is missing is aileron control. They can pull the yoke with left hand and use rudder.

Once you are past your first (25) hours in the plane the dual yoke is just in the way. I would find an instructor comfortable with the single yoke, get the first (25) hours done then never need the dual.

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1976 Baron 58P-G500, Dual GTN 750, RAM - $245k
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This looks like a plane that is right for my missions. What is the correct way to contact seller direct? I am new to communicating in this forum. I don’t want to do something wrong. Dave.
BTW I have a 1971 Supercub with lots of extras for sale.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1976 Baron 58P-G500, Dual GTN 750, RAM - $245k
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This looks like a plane that is right for my missions. What is the correct way to contact seller direct? I am new to communicating in this forum. I don’t want to do something wrong. Dave.
BTW I have a 1971 Supercub with lots of extras for sale.


Dave:

Hit the mail button beside the sellers name. Then as soon as you can, hit the mail button for Don Lawrenz (commented above), he is the best there is on P Barons. He can guide you through pre buy inspection and toward good instructors.

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1976 Baron 58P-G500, Dual GTN 750, RAM - $245k
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I must be doing something wrong. Scott/seller if you could call tomorrow, I would like to talk to you about your plane. Dave 661-805-5787


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1976 Baron 58P-G500, Dual GTN 750, RAM - $245k
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Are you working with a dealer/broker who could handle a trade-in?


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1976 Baron 58P-G500, Dual GTN 750, RAM - $245k
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No sir. I have a 1971 Supercub, 875 hours on O-320, Dodge extended gear, 8.50s, new accessories/upgrades. Also, 1967 Aero commander Darter (Cessna 172 with Mooney tail:)), 1040 original hours. Both want to sell for purchase of this Baron.

Lots of options-Thank you

I hate wasting this forum’s time with my needs as I truly love reading all the wisdom you guys have. This is a GREAT bunch of guys helping everyone out. I can’t wait to read EVERY Forum and thread you guys put out.

Again, sorry to waste this space.


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Anyone in DFW area want to go 50-50 on this? Legitimate and serious question....


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1976 Baron 58P-G500, Dual GTN 750, RAM - $245k
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If you were in KY hands down. Been wanting to go pressurized. Stuck between malibu and baron. But I like the value of the baron better. Piston twins you can get a lot of bang for your buck in regard to up front cost for the plane. I'm just guessing here but I bet its under contract already.


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Anyone know how to contact Scott? No phone number listed in the ad or response to PM...
My wife said “let’s go look at it and make sure to bring the checkbook.”


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1976 Baron 58P-G500, Dual GTN 750, RAM - $245k
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Anyone know how to contact Scott? No phone number listed in the ad or response to PM...
My wife said “let’s go look at it and make sure to bring the checkbook.”


Odd it is not in the ad.

I did a quick N number search, and then white pages search based on full name and town. There is enough info to contact the owner from that.

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Is it hard or costly to change an alcohol windshield to the Hotplate ?


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