Bonanza V35A

1968 Bonanza V35A        ***SOLD***           $82,000

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General Info
Make: Beechcraft Registration Number: N390HW
Model: Bonanza V35A Serial Number: D-8608
Model Year: 1968 Engine: IO-520B / 285 HP
Location: Trenton-Robbinsville (N87) Gear: Retractable
    Prop: Constant Speed


Logbook Time
Total Time: (Hours since New) 4200 Log books
(Since Factory Overhaul)
1610 Prop: 
(Since Major Overhaul)
   150 (2009)
Maintenance Info
Annual due: (Date) Recent Annual
IFR Certification Due: February, 2013
AD's complete? (Yes / No) Yes
Type of Engine Overhaul: Factory (back to 0 time)
Hangared Yes - for last 13 years
Dual yokes Fuel tank bladders
Fifth seat (removable) Cover & Tow Bar
Large baggage door Avionics master switch
Aileron and flap gap seals Air skeg yawl damper
  Make / Model
NAV/COM #1: Garmin GNS 430 WAAS (installed Oct '10)
NAV/COM #2: King KX-155 with Glideslope
Standby Attitude Indicator: RC Allen
Transponder: King KT-76A
DME: Narco 190 TSIO
ADF: King KR-85
Audio Panel: King KMA-24
Autopilot: Century III with Altitude Hold
Lightning Detection: Insight Strike Finder
Intercom: NAT AA80 4-Place InterVox
Engine Monitoring: Electronics International Engine Analyzer
Compass: Precision Vertical Card
Color(s):  White w/ maroon and silver trim
Paint Condition:
(1 to 10, 10 being the highest)
Color(s): Light Gray
Fabric: Cloth / Vinyl
(1 to 10, 10 being the highest)
Glass condition: Excellent
Cruise Speed: (at 75% power) 165+ kts *
Useful Load: (remaining after full fuel) 1023 lbs *
Fuel Capacity: 77 gal / 74 Usable
Fuel burn: (average) 14-15 GPH *
Range: 950 nm *
Specific Range: ((Efficiency = Cruise Speed ÷ Lbs per hour of fuel burn) (The higher the number, the better the efficiency)) 1.90
* Note: Performance figures are estimates based on best available information (from POH, Vref, etc.) and may not be exact for this particular aircraft.
Beechcraft’s Bonanza, the “Mercedes” of general aviation airplanes, has been in continuous production longer than any other airplane in history. And the V-tail Bonanza, introduced in 1947, set the standard for the stylish and well-equipped aircraft for the private pilot.

The Bonanza's V-tail design uses only two surfaces to perform the function that three surface perform on conventional straight-tail designs. This reduction in surface area reduces drag and weight theoretically increasing performance over its equivalent straight-tail siblings.

This V-tail, while equipped with a fifth removable seat, provides spacious and comfortable seating for four with ample space (and a large baggage door) for luggage, golf clubs, bicycles, or most anything else you want to carry.  It is an excellent IFR platform with the Garmin GNS 430 WAAS GPS coupled with the Century III autopilot.  It has been hangared for the last 13 years, meticulously maintained, and is a joy to fly.

Contact Us About This Aircraft

Please call Dave Mathiesen at 609-259-2400