SPOH L/R: 658/65
3 Bladed Propellers, Due 2,400 Hours, Last Propeller Overhauls: November 26, 2013 (Due November 2019)8
One King KFC-200 Flight Control System
One King KFC-200 Autopilot w/ Yaw Dampener
One Garmin GNS-530W GPS/NAV/COM w/ GA-35 WAAS Antenna
One Garmin GNC-255A NAV/COM
One Mid-Continent MD200-706 VHF & GPS VOR/VLOC/ILS Indicator
One Bendix-King KY-196 COM
One Bendix-King KI-525A HSI (slaved)
One Collins ADF-650A w/ IND-650 Indicator
One Collins DME-451 w/ IND-451 Indicator
One Bendix-King RDR-160 Color Radar
One Bendix-King IN-1152A Radar Indicator
One Garmin GTX-345 Mode S Transponder (ADS-B Compliant)
One Garmin GMA-342 Audio Panel w/Marker Beacon
(Last Exterior Paint July 1999 - Mena Aircraft Painting): The base exterior color is Matterhorn White. There are four (4) accent stripes which run horizontally from the nose to the tail, the engine cowlings and at the top of the vertical stabilizer. The primary accent color is Shamrock Green and the secondary color is Bengal Tan.
(Last Interior Completion July 1999 - Mena Aircraft Interiors): The aircraft interior consists of a total eight (8) seats in a three (3) cabin layout. The forward cabin consists of the cockpit and is comprised of two (2) forward facing seats (one or two pilots or one pilot and one passenger). The main passenger cabin can accommodate as many as six (6) passengers, but one (1) seat has been removed. See example below without the missing seat. The forward portion of the main passenger cabin can accommodate four (4) in a double club configuration. The aft portion can accommodate (2) passengers with two (2) forward facing seats, one of which is configured as a self-contained lavatory and the other has been removed and stored. All the seats are covered in a tan leather material. There are two (2) folding executive writing tables located in the forward portion of the main passenger cabin.
Avionics Master Switch
Co-Pilot Instrument Panel
Windshield Anti Ice - Electric
Propeller Anti-Ice - Electric
70 AMP Alternators
Cleveland Wheels & Brakes
Factory Air Conditioning
One Astro Tech Quartz Chronometer Clock (pilot's side)
One Thommen Analog Clock (co-pilot's side)
Janitrol Series Combustion Heater
DeVore Tel-Tail Floodlight System
BF Goodrich Pneumatic De-Ice Boots
Electronics International EE1P Dual EGT Indicator
JPI EDM-960 Engine Data Management System
Airworthiness Date: May 27, 1982
Last Annual Inspection: March of 2019
Engine Recommended Time Between Overhaul (TBO) 1,700 Hours
Propeller Recommended TBO 72 Months or 2,400 Hours
Propellers Are Beyond the Recommended Calendar Overhaul Interval
AD 2017-10-29 Due In Approximately 85.5 Hours
Max Take-Off Weight: 7,045 Lbs.
Empty Weight: 5,056 Lbs.
Useful Load: 1,988.6 Lbs.
Fuel Capacity: 182 Gallons
N443MC, Serial Number 31-8252061, was originally delivered new in May of 1982. The current owner is the tenth owner/operator and has owned the aircraft since March of 1990. This ADS-B compliant Navajo has been professionally managed and maintained by the current owner and for the last 20 years it has been stored in a hangar when it isn’t operating. The aircraft clearly has a strong pedigree.
The airframe has a total time of 7,903.6 hours. Both engines have 1,186.0 hours since overhaul. The propellers have 657.8 hours since overhaul. The recommended calendar overhaul was due in November of 2019.
This aircraft has been impeccably maintained by the current owner who has owned and operated it for more than 20 years. The current owner never used it for charter work.
There appear to have been three (3) damage events. One in May of 1987 which appears to be major, one in January of 1993 which appears to be minor in nature and one in October of 1997 which also appears to be minor in nature.
With the exception of the propellers, the aircraft has always been maintained under a manufacturer’s recommended maintenance program pursuant to Federal Aviation Regulation 91.409 (f)(3). The paint and interior are considered to be in relatively good condition for their age with some nominal wear and tear