||This very fine aircraft has now been sold to Germany !
Nice Beechcraft Bonanza F33A with many recent upgrades.
Such as STec 55X with GNSS roll steering and GNS 430 with WAAS.
Also a Big size JPI engine analyzer and Louvered cooling doors ( D’Shannon )
New ignition harness .and a lot of other updates .
Since this aircraft has higher times than average (no life limit) and on paper higher engine time, the asking price is price worthy .
New Millenium Cylinders appr 700 hours since new.
The compression is very high on all Cylinders, very low oil consumption on this dry engine . Average speed is 170 KTS with 12,3 USG fuelflow
This aircraft is flown frequently about 2 to 3 times a week on longer distances .
The aircraft is for sale because of the change to a P58 Baron . The aircraft is on US registration
but can be EASA registered on request .
Airplane time state
||Year: 1980 (CE 909)
Engine: IO-520-BB - Appr SOH: 2000 New cylinders 700 hours
Note: new compression check done june 2016
The lowest was 76 PSI ! (max 80)
Propeller: Harzell PHC-C3F-IRF (Major Overhaul including governor in 2010) - SOH: 600
Location: Netherlands and US-registration since 2012
||Refurbished in 2007, grey/blue leather design
||Repainted in 2007: paint is 7 out of 10 - white with bronze stripes
Louvered doors: D’ Shannon Aviation
||Com/Nav/GPS-1 : Garmin GNS430 Waas updated in 2012 coupled to A/P & HSI
Com/Nav-2: KX 155-43
Transponder-1: Garmin GTX-330 s-mode
A/P: STEC 55X including electrical trim and turn coordinator and GNSS Rollstreering !
||Vertical Card Compass
Engine analyzer: JPI 700 including fuel flow, 3 1/8” screen and USB-port
Co-pilot: yoke, brakes, chronometer and altimeter
Pilot yoke mount clock/timer: Astro-tech
Bruce’s canopy cover
||High maintenance level
Last Annual in June 2016
Gear-up landing in 1988 Rep by Lufthansa Arizona
Excellent aircraft in good condition and in use for business and pleasure purposes .