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 Post subject: FS: Parting out recently flown undamaged Bonanza E35
PostPosted: 12 Apr 2019, 19:12 
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Complete Bendix Fuel injection system w/pump, RSA5, flow divider, lines/injectors, fuel flow gauge etc $1800. Ailerons $950. Ea. Flaps $1275. Ea. Ruddervators SOLD. Edo-Aire/Mitchel Wing leveler autopilot $1200. Heavy duty Cleveland kit $700. Electric boost pump $875. Jasco alternator kit SOLD. Large BDS aft window kit $400. Forward of firewall mounted battery box kit $275. Single early rams horn yoke w/trim SOLD. I will be parting out the engine w/recent top OH. All gear components, doors and rods available. Call for anything not listed.
Norman Earle
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Hastings Fl/Hendersonville NC.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: Parting out recently flown undamaged Bonanza E35
PostPosted: 12 Apr 2019, 20:50 
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No damage, recently flown, top overhaul not to long ago; just curious, why are you parting it out?

:cheers:


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 Post subject: Re: FS: Parting out recently flown undamaged Bonanza E35
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No damage, recently flown, top overhaul not to long ago; just curious, why are you parting it out?

:cheers:


Probably corrosion


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 Post subject: Re: FS: Parting out recently flown undamaged Bonanza E35
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Off airport landing.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: Parting out recently flown undamaged Bonanza E35
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That’s to bad, sounds like a nice plane otherwise.

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 Post subject: Re: FS: Parting out recently flown undamaged Bonanza E35
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Off airport landing.

He said Undamaged :shrug:

Norman, could You tell us about the Engine? :)


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 Post subject: Re: FS: Parting out recently flown undamaged Bonanza E35
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It is quite possible to land off of an airport without "crashing". LOL, I'm sure that is the case.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: Parting out recently flown undamaged Bonanza E35
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No damage, recently flown, top overhaul not to long ago; just curious, why are you parting it out?

:cheers:


The aircraft landed off airport due to fuel mismanagement. The insurance co hired an incompetent salvage crew to relocate it to an airport. They did not have the correct wing bolt wrenches so they cut the the aft carry through structure to access the bolts.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: Parting out recently flown undamaged Bonanza E35
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Off airport landing.

He said Undamaged :shrug:

Norman, could You tell us about the Engine? :)


E225-8. Slightly past TBO with a few hundred since top. I have sold the Hartzell conversion kit. The crank was 10/10 at last OH so probably won’t go againl but I am going to have it checked. Recent Bendix mag overhauls. Fuel injection mod offered as complete kit w/engine driven pump. The starter has been sold.

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 Post subject: Re: FS: Parting out recently flown undamaged Bonanza E35
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No damage, recently flown, top overhaul not to long ago; just curious, why are you parting it out?

:cheers:


The aircraft landed off airport due to fuel mismanagement. The insurance co hired an incompetent salvage crew to relocate it to an airport. They did not have the correct wing bolt wrenches so they cut the the aft carry through structure to access the bolts.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: Parting out recently flown undamaged Bonanza E35
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Hi Norm,
really sorry to hear about your loss

one suggestion, it sounds like mag control surfaces (whole wings for that matter) and ruddervators are untouched so you might post some up close photos of the control surfaces. To the right person, they might be worth more than the whole rest of it.

best of luck and again, condolences


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 Post subject: Re: FS: Parting out recently flown undamaged Bonanza E35
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Hi Norm,
really sorry to hear about your loss

one suggestion, it sounds like mag control surfaces (whole wings for that matter) and ruddervators are untouched so you might post some up close photos of the control surfaces. To the right person, they might be worth more than the whole rest of it.

best of luck and again, condolences


I appreciate your condolences but I purchased this aircraft for parts after the incident.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: Parting out recently flown undamaged Bonanza E35
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Complete Bendix Fuel injection system w/pump, RSA5, flow divider, lines/injectors, fuel flow gauge etc $1800. Ailerons $950. Ea. Flaps $1275. Ea. Ruddervators SOLD. Edo-Aire/Mitchel Wing leveler autopilot $1200. Heavy duty Cleveland kit $700. Electric boost pump $875. Jasco alternator kit SOLD. Large BDS aft window kit $400. Forward of firewall mounted battery box kit $275. Single early rams horn yoke w/trim SOLD. I will be parting out the engine w/recent top OH. All gear components, doors and rods available. Call for anything not listed.
Norman Earle
386-689-0244
Hastings Fl/Hendersonville NC.



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