|Model:||B60 “Duke”||Serial Number:||P-419|
|Model Year:||1977||Engines:||TIO541-E1C4 – 380 hp|
|Location:||Trenton-Robbinsville (N87)||Gear:||Retractable (electric)|
|Beautiful Beech Duke! Dual GNS 430’s, GMX 200, GMA 340, GTX 330, Century IV autopilot w/ Alt Preselect. Exceptional condition – looks and flies great!
|Total Time: (Hours since New)||3450||Log books
|Engines: Since Major Overhaul in 2005
||L – 785
R – 785
|Props: Since Major Overhaul
||L – 60
R – 60
||White & Blue with Gold Trim|
|Paint Condition: (1 to 10, 10 being the highest)||9 (Painted in 2005)|
||While with Blue Trim|
|Condition: (1 to 10, 10 being the highest)||9
|Glass condition:||Very Good|
|Cruise Speed:||178 – 190 kts|
|Useful Load: Gross / Net (with Full Fuel):||2350 / 950 lbs
|Fuel Capacity:||232 gal|
|Fuel burn: (average)||45 – 50 gal|
|Note: Performance figures above are estimates based on standard information and may vary depending on the specific aircraft, power settings, etc.|
|Beechcraft began development of its model 60 “Duke” in early 1965 to fill the gap between its Baron and the Queen Air. The prototype made its first flight on in December 1966 and received FAA certification in February 1968 with deliveries begining in July 1968. The aesthetically pleasing design included a presurized cabin, club seating, an airstair entry door, and turbocharged engines.
The A60 was introduced in 1970 with an improved pressurized cabin, advanced bonded honeycomb construction, lighter and more efficient turbochargers, and improved elevators. The last version, the B60, was introduced in 1974, featured interior upgrades and improved turbochargers and engine efficiency. This 1977 model is in exceptional condition and looks and flies great! We invite you to see this airplane in person.
|For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call Dave Mathiesen at 609.259.2400|