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Aircraft Details

  • Price: Call for Price
  • Year: 1970
  • Make/Model: Beechcraft V35B Bonanza
  • Registration Number: D-EECA
  • Power: Piston
  • Engines: 1 Engine
  • Listing ID: 6232784
  • Partner ID: 59551
  • Posted On: Jun 15, 2024
  • Updated On: Jun 15, 2024

Description

PlaneTime is proud to offer this 1970 Beechcraft V.35B Bonanza. The Bonanza is known for its elegance and speed. It is an iconic travelling machine that offers quality and comfort.

This particular aircraft, serial number D-9120, was issued with a US Export Certificate on the 19th of February 1970 and was delivered to Germany in March of the same year. Ownership was transferred a few times before the current owner purchased the Bonanza. Due to changes in his personal life, he wishes to sell his beloved aircraft ad pass it on to a pilot who will treat it with an equal amount of love and care.

Cruise speed at 75% power (6500ft) = 203 mph/175kts
Top speed at sea level = 210 mph/182kts

Airplane time state:
Total time on aircraft = 2950 (still flown regularly)

Engine Continental IO-520-B
TTSMOH= 1950

Propeller McCauley 2A36C23-P-CEG
TTSOH= 795

Avionics

Garmin GTN650 NAV/GPS/COM
King Audio Panel
King KX-155 NAV/COM
King DME
King ADF
ATC-600A-2 Mode-S Transponder
Autopilot
ELT

Interior

Blue seats in good condition (8/10)

Exterior

White and blue in good condition (8/10)

Additional Features

Dual joke
Fuel flow and endurance indication
Standby horizon
80 USG long range fueltanks

Cylinder compressions 3/2024: 76/78/72/74/76/76

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