1985 Beechcraft Baron 58P (Pressurized)​
1985 Beechcraft Baron 58P (Pressurized)


Serial Number: TJ-494

Aircraft total time: 3680

Fresh prop overhauls and fresh annual October 2020

Engine times: 1315/1315 (Since NEW TCM Continental TSIO-520-WB3F’s (including all NEW: Accessories, 100 AMP Alternators, baffles, hoses, turbo-supercharger, starters, intercooler, oil coolers, magnetos, wastegate controller & exhaust and engine mounts)

619 since top overhaul. (All cylinders on both engines replaced)

455 hours since major engine refresh including all (NEW not overhauled) fuel controllers, new turbos, Gami injectors, intake ducting, carbon fiber intake air boxes, air filters, fuel hoses, oil hoses, ignition harnesses, air/oil separators, all new CHT, EGT and TIT temperature probes. Added dual insight G3 engine monitors.

Props: 1504/1504 Since overhaul

Garmin GTN 750 w/Garmin flight stream, weather, ADS-B traffic

Garmin GNS 430 WAAS

Garmin G500 with synthetic vision including altitude preselect on PFD with GAD-43e interface for autopilot. Displays approach info, taxi chart, gdl-69 XM weather and XM radio.

PFD backup instruments: removed all steam gauges and replaced with LS ESI-500 with backup battery. Slaved to both GPS 1 and Nav 1
King KFC-200 FD/full 3 axis AP integrated into GAD 43e. Includes servo’ed altimeter/encoder with KAS-297 altitude pre-select/alerter module.
GPSS Roll Steering computer.

Garmin GMA-347 Audio system/Intercom (XM radio to all six seats and all are wired for both conventional mic/phone jacks, as well as aircraft powered Leco connectors for Bose Noise cancelling headsets. Also has ATC re-play button and cell phone connection capabilities through the crew’s headsets.

Garmin GTX-345 mode S transponder with ADS B in and out displayed on both the GTN-750 and G500

Bendix RS-181A digital color radar displayed on Garmin GMX-200 MFD.

Garmin GDL-69A Satellite Data link Receiver provides full US high bandwidth XM weather FIS information including: Nex-Rad Radar/lightning/winds aloft/TFR’s/Sigmets/Airmets/TAF’s/Metar’s

TCAS-1 Skywatch 899-HP System with TCAS certified NY-156 antenna. Upgraded to include “VIP” voice intruder protection which calls out traffic within 3 mile limit.

Honeywell KGP EGPWS Configured and certified as TAWS-B (provides EGPWS pop-up page on MFD, visual alert on annunciator and un-muted call outs on phones and speaker.

Artex ME-406 Satellite ELT
Ground Com Switch: Powers up GNS-430, COMM#2 and GMA-347 Audio system directly from battery bus.

Full FAA certified Flight into known icing (FIKI), Lighting Light Package, Air Conditioning (converted from R-12to R-134), VG’s, Reiff pre-heater, tinted window liners and Rosen visors.

Paint: Matterhorn white with blue and charcoal stripes, excellent condition

Interior: Gray leather, all six seats inserts redone and recovered with matching seat belts (06/2017)
Excellent maintenance, NDH, always hangered. Third from the last 58 P’s ever built. First placed into initial service early 1986. Useful load: 1640lbs
Aircraft located in Visalia, CA (KVIS)


*All Specifications Subject to Verification Upon Inspection

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Tricia Crinklaw

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