1982 Beech King Air C90

 

 

Price

$649,000

Year

1982

Make

Beech

Model

Beech King Air 90

Reg #

N175AZ

Serial #

LJ-1006

TTAF

5962

Located In

FL


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Aircraft Summary
 
This C90 has Hours since Factory New with Excellent Engine times. Less than 2,500 Hours SMOH. Cleveland Wheels & Brakes, Recent Prop & Gear OH. The aircraft is equipped with a GNS 530/430 and dual GTX 327 Transponders for a turn-key ADS-B Out compliant aircraft. Please inquire for pricing.

Airframe:
Landings: 5,826

Engines:
TSN: 5926/5872
TSOH: 2441/2494
TSHS: 673/673

Props:
SPOH: 463
 
Additional Equipment
Elliott ITT Increase
Cleveland Wheels & Brakes
Concord Lead Acid Battery
Cleveland Wheels and Brakes
 
Interior
(6) Passenger Interior, (4) Place Club Arrangement with (2) Fold Out Tables, (1) Side Facing Seat Across the Entry Door, the Aft Cabin Features a Belted Potty. The Interior Leather Seating is in a Soft Caramel with Oak Wood Interior Bulkheads and Matching Caramel Carpeting Throughout.
 
Exterior
Overall Matterhorn White w/ Tan & Burgundy accent stripping with exterior strobes.
 
Remarks
Complete Logs: Yes
Damage History: No
S.A.M Maintenance Tracking

Engine Type: PT6A-21
Cabin Height: 4'10"
Cabin Width: 4'6"
Cabin Length: 12'5"
Passengers: 6
Max Takeoff Weight: 9,650 LBS
Balanced Field Length: 5,200 FT
Landing Distance: 3,417 FT
Max Payload: 3,535 LBS
Avg. Cruise Speed: 196 KN
Fuel burn per hour: 78 GAL
Useable Fuel: 384 GAL
Service Ceiling: 28,100 FT
Information provided by Conklin & de Decker

A total of 184 B90 models were produced before the Model C90 was introduced in 1971, with wingspan increased over earlier models by 4 ft 11 in (1.50 m) to 50 ft 3 in (15.32 m), Maximum Take-Off Weight (MTOW) increased by 350 lb (160 kg) to 9,650 lb (4,378 kg), and PT6A-20A engines. The Model C90-1 entered production in 1982 after 507 C90s and 347 E90s had been built, and featured PT6A-21 engines and improvements to the pressurization system. 54 were built. The C90-1 was soon followed by the Model C90A, which featured the redesigned engine cowlings of the F90-1. The C90A received an increase in MTOW in 1987, being certified to 10,100 lb (4,580 kg). The C90A model was in production until 1992, by which time 235 had been built, all but 74 with the increased MTOW.
 

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