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 Post subject: Under Contract: 75 A36 Bonanza, IO550, G5s, GFC GTN $250k
PostPosted: 19 Oct 2021, 17:14 
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Location: KSIF, Summerfield, NC
Aircraft: ‘92 Baron 58
Edit: Added Log Book links.. fixed sharing on several links, added GW Increase STC and comments on paint and interior, corrected MGW to 3850#, Useful Load to 1537.7#.

Bought a Baron, unfortunately now I have to part with my A36 to upgrade the Baron's avionics..
Wish I could keep both, but can't really keep both flying enough to keep them healthy.

This is an honest, well maintained and state of the art traveling machine!
I have spent untold AMU's on the things that matter most; Engine, IO-550 upgrade built by Bill Cunningham last year, with new Hartzel Scimitar prop, Avionics by Sarasota Avionics last year including Dual G5's with a Garmin GFC-500 autopilot with Yaw Damper and auto Trim and remote GTX-345r. Along with the GTN-750, GNS430 and GMA-350 audio panel this Bonanza almost flies itself.

Last painted in '89, though some touch up work done since then. The interior is original as far as I know. Both are serviceable, however, I was going to re-do both if I had decided to keep the Bonanza. I opted for a Baron instead. :D

I normally flight plan for 165kts true on 12.5 gph LOP. Have seen over 170kts if I push the fuel flow a bit more, still LOP. Have flown this airplane to Steamboat Springs and back 4 times in the past year, one day traveling each way.

Based at Rockingham County, Shiloh Airport, KSIF, in Reidsville, NC.
The first $250K takes it home.

Contact me here on BeechTalk, or call my broker;
Kevin McCray, Flyaway Aircraft Sales,
864 398-3798
sales@flyawayaircraft.com

N4572S 1975, Beech A36 Bonanza, S/N: E-744 TTAF 5,943 hrs
6 Seat, Club or Facing Forward, Folding Writing Desk, Front Seat Shoulder Harnesses

Engine: 300 HP, Powermasters, IO-550B Conversion; S/N: 573517
Installed June 2020, D’Shannon STC: SA2200SW, TTSRM 216 hrs

Propeller: Hartzell Super Scimitar, S/N: QG1836B, D’Shannon STC: SA01668CH
Installed June, 2020, TTSN 216 hrs

Weight & Balance
Max Gross Weight: 3850.0 lbs D’Shannon STC: SA02192CH
Empty Weight: 2,312.3 lbs Empty CG location: 77.46 in
Useful Load: 1,537.7 lbs

Avionics; Major upgrade May 2020 by Sarasota Avionics:
Garmin G5 EFIS Attitude Indicator; Flight Director May 2020
Garmin G5 EFIS Horizontal Situation Indicator May 2020
Garmin GFC 500 Solid State Autopilot System with May 2020
Auto Trim and Yaw Damper
Garmin GTX 345R Transponder, 1090 ADSB IN/OUT, May 2020
BlueTooth, Remote, Interface/Control via GTN 750
Garmin GMA 350 Audio Panel Aug 2013
Garmin GTN 750 WAAS GPS/NAV/COM Navigator Aug 2013
Garmin GNS 430 GPS/NAV/COM Navigator (non WAAS) Sep 2004
Garmin GSB 15 Panel Mounted USB charger Jun 2020
L3 Avionics WX500 Stormscope, displays on GTN-750 Aug 2013
Insight G3 Engine monitor
ARTEX Model 345 406 MHz ELT installed May, 2018
Bose LEMO connectors for front 4 seats

Major Maintenance:
All engine accessories overhauled June 2020 with IO-550B installation.
New exhaust system installed June 2020 with IO-550B installation.
New D’Shannon Baffles installed June 2020 with IO-550B installation.
Tires: Goodyear Flight Custom III; mains new in 2016; Nose, New 2020.
Brakes: New discs and pads installed Jul 2019
Landing Gear Motor; overhauled unit installed April 2018.
New custom built floorboards installed Mar 2018.

Log Books:
AF Log #4
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1deSIfJ ... sp=sharing
Scimitar Prop Log
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1S_Z9sZ ... sp=sharing
IO-550 Engine Log
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1b-jnG9 ... sp=sharing
AF Log #3, Part 2
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1erYZz6 ... sp=sharing
AF Log #3 Part 1
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1OPF4du ... sp=sharing
AF Log #2
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_nWKuS ... sp=sharing
AF Log #1
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1OCWhWv ... sp=sharing

GW Increase STC:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1W-SecJ ... sp=sharing


Please login or Register for a free account via the link in the red bar above to download files.

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 Post subject: Re: FS: '75 A36 Bonanza, IO550, Dual G5s, GFC500, GTN750, $2
PostPosted: 19 Oct 2021, 17:20 
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Wow! I'll be stunned if this isn't gone by the end of the day. You fence-sitters better pull the trigger...NOW!


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 Post subject: Re: FS: '75 A36 Bonanza, IO550, Dual G5s, GFC500, GTN750, $2
PostPosted: 19 Oct 2021, 17:47 
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Aircraft: 1977 A36
:drool: sent the listing to a friend in the market. I wish I didn't have my '77 already. I didn't realize you could get the 4010 lbs GWIW without tip tanks. Really nice useful load!

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 Post subject: Re: FS: '75 A36 Bonanza, IO550, Dual G5s, GFC500, GTN750, $2
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 Post subject: Re: FS: '75 A36 Bonanza, IO550, Dual G5s, GFC500, GTN750, $2
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Nice plane. Wont last long!

Regarding the D'Shannon STC.... I thought you needed tip tanks to get the 4,010# GW? Otherwise it's 3,850# with the STS W/O tip tanks. In both cases, all weight in excess of 3,600# must be fuel.... Do I have this wrong?

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 Post subject: Re: FS: '75 A36 Bonanza, IO550, Dual G5s, GFC500, GTN750, $2
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Nice plane. Wont last long!

Regarding the D'Shannon STC.... I thought you needed tip tanks to get the 4,010# GW? Otherwise it's 3,850# with the STS W/O tip tanks. In both cases, all weight in excess of 3,600# must be fuel.... Do I have this wrong?


I bought the 4010 GW increase STC from D'Shannon and this is what they sent me..

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1W-SecJ ... sp=sharing

Roger Kingsborough

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 Post subject: Re: FS: '75 A36 Bonanza, IO550, Dual G5s, GFC500, GTN750, $2
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It is 3850 without tip tanks. You need to read the reference (FMS-36GW196-9) as specified in the limitations and conditions. This specifies that without tip tanks you are limited to 3850. I have the same STC.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: '75 A36 Bonanza, IO550, Dual G5s, GFC500, GTN750, $2
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I stand corrected.

Why they would issue an STC without such a limitation on the actual STC is beyond my comprehension, but it seems the GW is 3850#.

Will edit the posting.

Roger Kingsborough

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 Post subject: Re: FS: '75 A36 Bonanza, IO550, Dual G5s, GFC500, GTN750, $2
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I stand corrected.

Why they would issue an STC without such a limitation on the actual STC is beyond my comprehension, but it seems the GW is 3850#.

Will edit the posting.

Roger Kingsborough


Just wanted to clarify that I have never had the need to load my A36 beyond 3600#, much less 3850#.

Roger

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 Post subject: Re: FS: '75 A36 Bonanza, IO550, Dual G5s, GFC500, GTN750, $2
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I don't know. I believe it has to do with being able to combine the STCs to lower costs associated with the creation of said STC. So they end up piling on limitations for any modifications. Trust me, I would love the 4010 useful load, but then again, I've never loaded it past 3600 like you!


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