|Model:||Debonair C33A||Serial Number:||CE-138|
|Model Year:||1967||Engine:||IO-520B / 285 HP|
|Prop:||3-Blade / Constant Speed|
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N822M, 2447 TT, 1262 SFOH, 285 HP, dual yokes , HSI, 2nd G/S, Backup DG, Storm Scope, Hartzell Top Prop Conversion, Hangared, fresh annual!
|Total Time: (Hours since New)||2447||Log books
(Since Factory Overhaul)
(Since Major Overhaul)
|Annual due: (Date)||March 31, 2013|
|IFR Certification Due:|
|AD’s complete? (Yes / No)||Yes|
|Type of Engine Overhaul:||Field (Cap Aviation)|
|Dual yokes||Hartzell Top-Prop Conversion|
|Inertia 4-point harnesses||Tow bar|
|Tanis Heater||Avionics master switch|
|Wingtip strobes||Co-pilot push-to-talk switch|
|Heavy crankcase (converted at overhaul)|
|Make / Model|
||King KNS 80
|COM #1:||King KY 197|
|NAV/COM #2:||Narco MK 12A with 2nd G/S (Inop)|
||King KCS 55A|
|Transponder:||Terra TRT 250|
|Audio Panel:||King KMA-24|
||Lowrance Airmap 500|
|Autopilot:||Brittain B4 (Inoperative)|
|Lightning Detection:||3M WX-10 Stormscope|
|Intercom:||PM 1000II 4-Place with music input|
|Color(s):||White w/ red and black trim|
(1 to 10, 10 being the highest)
|Color(s):||Red / Light Red|
|Fabric:||Vinyl / Cloth|
(1 to 10, 10 being the highest)
|Glass condition:||Very good|
|Cruise Speed: (at 75% power)||165+ kts *|
|Useful Load: (remaining after full fuel)||754 lbs * (1216 without fuel)|
|Fuel Capacity:||77 gal / 74 Usable|
|Fuel burn: (average)||13-14 GPH *|
|Range:||870 nm *|
|Specific Range: ((Efficiency = Cruise Speed ÷ Lbs per hour of fuel burn) (The higher the number, the better the efficiency))||2.14|
|* 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 series, the “Mercedes” of general aviation airplanes, was introduced in 1947 and has been in continuous production longer than any other airplane in history. The Debonair, introduced in 1959 with a 225 hp engine, provided a conventional alternative to the original V-tail Bonanza and set the standard for the stylish and well-equipped aircraft for the private pilot.
In 1966, Beech introduced the improved 285 hp Debonair. 179 of these C33A models were produced through 1967, for a total of almost 1300 Debonairs, when the model evolved to the F33 and the name converged officially as the Bonanza.
This 1967 C33A has very low airframe time of 2,447 hours. The engine runs strong and, with the Hartzell Top-Prop Conversion, it cruises smoothly between 160 and 167 knots. With a King HSI, a backup Directional Gyro, a 3M WX-10 stormscope, and second Glideslope, it is a capable IFR platform. The spacious panel provides plenty of room for upgrades with your favorite new technology. The 3-axis Brittain B4 autopilot is currently inoperative but is still servicable.
The airplane just came out of annual inspection (March 23rd). Compressions were good ranging between 69 and 74.
The interior is in very good condition and matches well with the exterior colors. It has been hangared for most all of its life, and is a joy to fly.
Contact Us About This Aircraft
Please call Dave Mathiesen at 609-259-2400