1980 Beechcraft B-60 Duke
Intercooled with BLR winglets/strakes/VG's


N525GA is serial number 525 of  the 597 Dukes produced.  This plane is loaded with mods including BLR winglets/strakes/VG's, intercoolers, alternators, and Skytec starters.  There is no known damage history and the logs are complete from the first New Zealand owner forward.

This Duke's first owner was in New Zealand, so she was tanked up and ferried across the Pacific in 1980.  After New Zealand, Duke number 525 was registered in Finland as OH-BOY, and then was back to the US in the late eighties / early 1990's.  The last two owners have been here in the dry Denver area climate - this plane has been in the same hangar since 2006.

This well maintained Duke held an 8500 ft cabin at FL220 last week, with a tight turbo system making quick work of the climb.  TAS was just shy of 220 ktas on 46 gph. All the windows have been resealed recently.  Both engines had the oil pans dropped and the cams inspected at the last annual - the left cam was replaced with new by Western Skyways.  ADS-B in/out has already been taken care of with a Garmin GTX-345 transponder. The autopilot is functioning very well, and there is also a King Altitude Alert system installed.

This plane is hangared in the Denver area and can be viewed by appointment.   Please don't hesistate to inquire with regard to tailoring  this plane to your needs (modifications, cosmetics, or avionics),  or to discuss financing options.




1980 Beechcraft B-60 Duke


Beechcraft B-60

N525GA

sn: P-525
        • 4459 Approx Hours Total Time Since New
        • Complete and Original Maintenance Logs Since New
        • Hangared plane
        • No Known Damage History


        • 9/1/2019 Annual Due
        • Air Conditioning
        • Known Ice with Glass Pilots Windshield in very good condition
        • Long Range Fuel 232 gal
        • Six seats in club seating arrangement with table









Avionics:

    • Garmin GNS-530A WAAS Equipped GPS/MAP/NAV/COM (530A model is high power transmitter version usually found in jet aircraft)
    • Garmin GNS-430 WAAS Equipped
    • Garmin GTX-345 #1 Transponer meets ADS-B OUT requirements and has ADS IN.
    • Garmin GTX-330 #2 Transponder (with Mode S)
    • Garmin GMX-200 Multi Function Display
    • Garmin GMA-340 Audio Panel
    • Garmin GDL-69A Weather Uplink with Stereo Music Interface
    • Century NSD-360 Slaved HSI
    • Century IV Autopilot w/ Flight Director and optional Yaw Damper
    • Hoskins Fuel Management



Engines & Propellers


    • Lycoming TIO-541-E1C4 Engines Left and Right (380 horsepower Intercooled with 1600 hour recommended TBO)

    • 850 Hours Since Firewall Forward Major Ovehaul (Right Engine)
    • 330 Hours Since Cam Replacement (Firewall Forward)

    • 330 Hours Since Major Overhaul by Firewall Forward (Left Engine)
    • 6 Hours Since New Cam, Turbo OH, All new Pistons and Rings Installed (Left Engine)



Paint and Interior:
Current paint was done in year 1998 and its' condition shows the way this Duke has been cared for over the years. 


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Interior is nearly new, redone in 2010 in dark grey leather and in very good condition. 







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