Beechcraft Baron B58

Beechcraft Baron B58         ***SOLD***                 $ 65,000
 

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General Info
Make: Beechcraft Registration Number: N955HE
Model: Baron B58 Serial Number: TH-230
Model Year: 1972 Engines: IO-520-CB / 285 HP
Location: Trenton-Robbinsville (N87) Gear: Retractable
    Props: Constant Speed
Summary Info
Mechanically in great condition (was part 135), certified for flight into known icing (TKS), configured as cargo hauler, color radar, inexpensive path to light twins, flies great!

 

Logbook Time
Total Time: (Hours since New) 11,555 Log books
Complete - Part 135
Engine:
(Since Factory Overhaul)

R: 1033

L:   922

Props: 
(Since Major Overhaul)

R:  472

L:  725

Maintenance Info
Annual due: (Date) April 2016
IFR Certification Due: April 2016
AD's complete? (Yes / No) Yes
Type of Engine Overhaul: Field
Damage History: No known damage history
Features
Approved for known ice (TKS - wings, props, wndshield) Configured as cargo hauler (no rear seats)
Dual yokes Avionics master switch
Avionics
  Make / Model
NAV/COM #1: King KX-175B with Glideslope (HSI)
NAV/COM #2: King KX-175B with Glideslope
HSI:
King KCS 55A
DME:
King KN 64
ADF: King KR 87
Radar: RCA DI-1006 (color)
Transponder: King KT 76A
Audio Panel: King KMA-20
   
Exterior
Color(s): Cream w/ light blue/dark blue trim
Paint Condition:
(1 to 10, 10 being the highest)
 5
Interior
Color(s): Blue/light gray
Fabric: Vingly/Fabric
Condition:
(1 to 10, 10 being the highest)
5
Glass condition: Good
Other:  
Performance
Cruise Speed: (at 75% power) 180 kts *
Useful Load: (remaining after full fuel) 1223 lbs *
Fuel Capacity: 136 gal
Fuel burn: (average) 30 GPH total *
Range: 700 nm *
Specific Range: ((Efficiency = Cruise Speed ÷ Lbs per hour of fuel burn) (The higher the number, the better the efficiency)) 1.00
* Note: Performance figures are estimates based on best available information (from POH, Vref, etc.) and may not be exact for this particular aircraft.
Comments

Beechcraft’s Baron evolved from the Beechcraft 95 Travel Air in 1961.  The initial model 55 was soon followed by the improved A55 in 1962.  The Baron set the standard for light twins and remains in production today with the G58 model.

The larger and more powerful model 58, introduced in 1969, was developed from the Baron 55 and included a longer fuselage that allowed club seating for six, double aft baggage doors, and an increased gross weight from 5,100 to 5,400 lbs.

This Baron 58 has been converted as a cargo hauler (no rear seats) and is certified for flight into known icing.  While it could use work to improve the cosmetics, it was on Part 135 and is in excellent mechanical condition.  Most of the gauges were recently replaced or overhauled and all of the equipmement, including the radar, work well.

This provides economical entry into the realm of light twins.  You can either use it as a cargo hauler or, as you budget allows, upgrade the cosmetics, install a new interior, and restore it to its club seating configuration.

Contact Us About This Aircraft

Please call Dave Mathiesen at 609-259-2400