Posted On : 18 Oct, 2020
Posted By : Aircraft Ownership Solutions
Category : PISTON SINGLE
Manufacturer : Beechcraft
Aircraft Type : Beechcraft Model 36 Bonanza
Location: 3603 E. 400 N. Hangar #2 Kokomo, IN 46901 , , , United States
Serial No. : EA-284
Manufacture Year : 1982
Customer Name : Aircraft Ownership Solutions
Website : http://aircraftownershipsolutions.com/
|FAA Registration: N711AR||Total Time: 3,184.72 Hours|
|Serial: EA-284||Hours since Overhaul: 409.72|
|Engine Manufacturer: Continental||Type of Overhaul: Major Overhaul to New Limits|
|Engine Serial: 515863||Date of Overhaul: September 25th, 2013|
|Engine Model: TSIO-520-UB||Name of Overhaul Shop: Corona Aircraft Engines, Inc.|
|Engine HP: 300 HP||Next Annual: September 1st, 2021|
|Useful Load: 1,304.66||Date of Prop Overhaul: February 24th, 2016|
|Usable Fuel: 102 Gallons||Hours Since Prop Overhaul: 40.74|
Other Equipment & Modifications
The exterior was stripped and painted in 2009 by Aircraft Refinishing Company, Inc. The paint used was Imron White AF402, Blue P6158, and Slate Gray P1242. The paint is showing minor wear around the leading edges by the wing root with minor chipping. Overall the paint is in great condition!
The interior was refinished in 1993. The carpet, side panels, seats, and headliner were all refinished using products from the American Leather Company. The seats have cloth inserts from J.P. Marian. The interior overall is in great condition with only minor wear. There are no rips or tears.
We purchased this great B36TC from a gentleman in South Dakota. They had bought this Bonanza to use for traveling to and from the Midwest. The mission had changed for the owner and he decided he did not need this great aircraft anymore.
In 1993 the hangar door blew in during a storm damaging the aircraft’s skin on the left-hand wing, elevator, and fuselage by the baggage door. The aircraft was repaired professionally. See 337 form dated 5-20-1993 for details of the repair.
In 2015 the aircraft suffered a nose gear collapse. The engine was sent back to Corona Aircraft Engines for a complete tear down and the prop was overhauled. See logbook entry for details.
Logs are Complete and Well Detailed Since the Aircraft was New
“This is an incredible Bonanza. I was able to get a true airspeed of 186KTS at 11,500ft! The engine ran exceptionally smooth and the autopilot was rock solid the entire way. This is one of my favorite Bonanza’s I have ever flown.” Jon, Pilot
Is ready to answer your questions!
Phone: (765) 456-1772