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1966 Cessna T-210F Turbo Centurion

N6104R is one of a rare breed, serial number 4 of 197 total strutted Turbo 210's built for the 1966 model year.  The T210F airframe is neary identical to the 206 airframe of that vintage.  The higher lift airfoil gives this plane excellent short field performance.  The 1967 T210G and later model 210's had the semi-laminar flow airfoil that optimized speed (2-3 knots gained) at the expense of lift production.  The F-model Turbo 210 feels like it jumps off the ground compared to later models.  Personally, I prefer the bulletproof strutted 210 airframe - it gives me peace when being tormented by the severe turbulence from the 14,000+ foot peaks seen in the background of the photo above.

N6104R is one of the top strutted T210's left in existence.  This plane has been one of the best in the remaining fleet for decades.  There is no major damage history, and this airframe has spent its entire life in dry climates.

The avionics package is a good as will be found on an early 210, with an S-TEC autopilot with altitude hold, Aspen Primary Flight Display, two IFR GPS's and all modern radios.  This plane is all electric, with no vacuum pump.

Nearly every major maintenance item on a Turbo 210 has been recently done on N6104R.

The Turbo 210F is well known for its high altitude skills (it set the single engine altitude record in 1966 at 39,334 feet) as well as for comfort and load carrying.

Please don't hesitate to call us at (303) 503-8356 with further questions regarding N6104R, insurance, finance options, upgrades or transition training. This T210F is now based locally and and can be viewed by appointment.

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1966 Cessna T-210F



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        • 3064.5  Hours Total Time Since New
        • Logbooks, Airframe, NTSB/Incident Reports and Form 337 review indicate No Major Damage History.
        • Annual Due September 1, 2018
        • Nice Straight Corrosion Free Airframe
        • Complete Logs Since New

        Maintenance History (Almost every high-dollar maintenance item on a 210 done recently!)

        • 114.9 hours since complete Knisley exhaust system ($6,000 +)
        • 114.9 Hours since new engine Lord mounts
        • 115.7 Hours since new landing gear engine driven hydraulic pump
        • 115.7 Hours since new turbo-charger, wastegate and turbo-controller
        • 295 Hours since landing gear power pack overhaul
        • 312 Hours since New Aspen Primary Flight Display Installed
        • 370 Hours since new GAMI injectors
        • 434 Hours on new Cleveland nosewheel assembly
        • 434 Hours since new windshield installed
        • 513 Hours since propeller overhaul
        • 589 Hours since new Turbo-Plus Intercooler Install
        • April 2004 New Left Fuel Cell
        • 679 Hours since New S-Tec 50 Autopilot Installed
        • 682 Hours since new elevator trim tab and elevator trailing edge.
        • 688 Hours since overhauled Dukes boost Pump
        • July 2001 New Right Fuel Cell
        • 700 Hours since new heavy landing gear saddles installed (No inspection due until 1000 hours per AD)
        • 773 Hours since Continental Factory Gold Seal Reman Engine Installed
        • Cylinders (#1: 417 hours ; #2 151 hours ; #3 : 773 Hours ; #4: 295 Hours ; #5 : 122 Hours ; #6 : 122 Hours)

        Optional Equipment                                                                                                       ``

        • Pilot and Co-pilot Inertia Reel Harnesses
        • Six Seat Deluxe Interior
        • Articulating Seats
        • Whelen Wing Tip and Belly Strobe Lights
        • Knots 2 U HID  landing and taxi light kit
        • Courtesy Lights
        • 84 Gal (Long Range) Total Fuel Capacity with recent bladders
        • Umbrella style fuel caps per Cessna Service Kit
        • Turbo-plus Intercooler
        • Tanis Engine Pre-heater
        • Walker Air-Oil Separator
        • One-Piece Windshield
        • Rosen Visors
        • Precise Flow Vents
        • Avionics Master
        • Music Input Port
        • Pilots and Co-pilots Push-to-Talk
        • Portable Com Antenna Jack
        • Bose Pilots and Co-pilots interfaces
        • True Airspeed Indicator
        • Polished Prop Spinner
        • Cleveland Wheels and Brakes (with 2 recent new wheels)
        • Low time Heavy Gear Saddles


        • Aspen EFD-1000 Pro Primary Flight Display (a $16,000 installation)
        • New JP Instruments 830 Color Screen GEM!
        • S-Tec 50 Autopilot (Coupled) with Altitude Hold and GPS Steering
        • Garmin GMA-340 Audio Panel
        • Garmin GNS-480 GPS/Map/Nav/Com with WAAS
        • Garmin MX-20 MFD with Chartview
        • Garmin SL-30 #2 Nav-Com (with GS)
        • Garmin GNC-300XL (#2 IFR GPS and #3 Com)
        • Garmin GTX-330 Transponder #1 with Traffic
        • Garmin GTX-327 Transponder #2
        • BFG WX-500 Remote Stormscope (Displays on MX-20)
        • King KN-64 DME
        • Standard-T Pilot's-side panel conversion
        • Avionics Master Switch
        • Electric Backup Horizon
        • Pilot and Co-pilot Bose Interfaces

Engine & Propeller

    • Continental TSIO-520C2B (285 hp, 1700 Hour Recommended TBO)
    • 773.7 Hours Since Continental Factory Remanufacture / Zero Time  (2017 Annual)
    • Recent Top with excellent compressions and low oil burn  (Compresssions 2017 - 76 79 76 76 77 72 / 80)
    • Turbo-plus Intercooler with all recent temp probes
    • Fresh Knisley Exhaust, Turbo-charger, Turbo-controller, Turbo wastegate, Engine Driven Hydraulic Pump, Lord Mounts
    • Propeller has approximately 515 Hours Since Overhaul

Paint & Interior

Paint is in good condition, last done in the original scheme with metallic dark ruby red and dark blue metallic on Matterhorn white.

High-quality interior refurbishment was recently done using beige tones of leather.  Headliner was done with Douglass DEF9135 Ivory.  Plastic trim refurbished to match.  Seats were reupholstered in Townsend leather in Heritage Custom Taupe FO-251.  Door seals were replaced with new.  New interior window seals. Seat belts were re-webbed to match (5th and 6th seats not belted currently). Interior Trim replated with Satin Nickel finish. Firewall and boot cowl soundproofed with EAR sound dampening materials.  New rear window reveal trim BA-20A installed.

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Phone: 303-503-8356

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Mailing Address:
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PO Box 19641
Boulder, CO 80308

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