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 Post subject: FS: 1958 D50A Twin Bonanza
PostPosted: 14 Nov 2022, 22:23 
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With “Brownie” off the market, I guess it’s time for me to put N82SP up for sale. Although my custodianship has only lasted about 4 years, it has been grand. Changing circumstances of lesser travel needs, retirement, and other “life events” are forcing a change.

So she’s for sale.

I got her from Gregg who did an outstanding SATBO job on her. You can re-read about that here:
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Specs:
S/N D-174
5500 total time
500 hours SMOH
Painted in 2019

Avionics:
GTN 750 GPS
KX 155 NAVCOM
GTX 345 ADS-b Transponder
GMA 340 Audio Panel

No autopilot.
No ice protection.
Bruce covers and plugs included
Rozen sunvisors

Dual captain’s chairs installed in back. Side facing couch also included. All widget plates installed for quick change from chair to couch.

Fully functioning Eisenhower step.

I have a blank instrument panel that will need minimal trimming to install. No instrument holes cut yet so ready for your custom look.

Price: $110,000

Give me a call or text if you’re interested.
Scott Durkee
513-324-0235

(I thought I knew how to keep the pics upright, but I guess I don’t.)


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1958 D50A Twin Bonanza
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Very nice T Bone!

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Yeah, that's a great deal. :thumbup:

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1958 D50A Twin Bonanza
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Some engine pics.

Inspection Status::
Annual due May 2023
IFR Cert due October 2023
Wing Bolt AD due May 2025
Prop AD n/a due to “MV” props installed.

Engine wire harnesses new last May.


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Such beautiful airplanes. The only twin I would have if I could afford to feed one.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1958 D50A Twin Bonanza
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THAT is a thing of beauty!!


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1958 D50A Twin Bonanza
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I look at these photos and they make me think, "This thing is a hangar queen or display aircraft." Clearly she's not. Still, such pristinely clean engine compartments bely the fact this bird flies. It's such a pleasure to see a well restored and well cared-for aircraft like this. Somebody's going to get a very sweet bird!


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1958 D50A Twin Bonanza
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I look at these photos and they make me think, "This thing is a hangar queen or display aircraft." Clearly she's not. Still, such pristinely clean engine compartments bely the fact this bird flies. It's such a pleasure to see a well restored and well cared-for aircraft like this. Somebody's going to get a very sweet bird!


Thanks Mark. Much appreciated.
We're kinda used to museum quality airworthy airplanes around here.
I will say, though, that not even a centerfold looks as good in person as she does in pictures.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 1958 D50A Twin Bonanza
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What’s it true out at 75% power and fuel burn?


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With Gregg and his wealth of experience so near, I always hesitate to even make a T-Bone comment. I flew one for eight years and had a considerable amount of interaction with other owners. At recommended max cruise, which I recall as being 65%: I logged every gallon of fuel and oil that went into that airplane.

160 knots and 27 gallons block to block.

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What’s it true out at 75% power and fuel burn?


I flight plan for 165/30 but that’s a conservative fuel burn. With manual leaning can count on 26 gph or even less in cruise. Basically trade 10% less speed than a Baron on 10% more fuel for 30% more space and better short/slow/stol ops and classic styling.

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Is there an autopilot that would suit this plane well?


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STEC used mine to certify their A/P and installed the STEC 30. Altitude Hold and heading bug were all I ever used though it did have coupling for course. Installed the same STEC unit in my Twin Beech.

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The S-TEC 40, 50, 55X, 60-2 and 65 are certified for most Twin Bonanzas.

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The S-TEC 40, 50, 55X, 60-2 and 65 are certified for most Twin Bonanzas.

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Just FYI, Genesys recently announced termination of sales of all their A/P except the 55X and 3100. I do not know if that includes refusing to relicense the STC for a different airframe on a used unit as they had previously been willing to do.

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