7854 hours TTSNEW
Lycoming IO-720A1B, 400 H.P. (STC)
Left: 11 hours SMOH
Right: 1877 hours SMOH
Dual Garmin 430 WAAS GPS/Nav/Comms
Garmin GMA 340 Audio Panel
Bendix IN-131A Radar Indicator
Century III Autopilot with Altitude Hold
Garmin GTX-335 Transponder – ADS-B Out
Davtron M8800 Chronometer
Throw Over yolk
Dual toe brakes
Instrument post lights
Nose taxi light
LH & RH wing mounted landing lights
LH& RH Alternate Air
Rotating Beacon (upper)
Strobe light (lower)
Heated fuel vents
Rear and Forward Baggage Area
Long range fuel tanks – 230 Gallons
Hartzell HC-93MUK2, 3 Blade
Left: 1335 Hours SPOH by Byam Propeller Service
Right: 1328 Hours SPOH by Byam Propeller Service
Annual Inspection Completed January 2022 by G&G Aviation Services
Transponder Check Completed February 2022
Excellent Compressions on both Engines
Will carry full fuel plus 1000lbs in the cabin and be under gross.
Cruise: 175-180 knots.
Logs go back to 1961
White and Blue with Red Accent Stripes
Gray Interior, Rear 3-across Bench Seat, redone in 2018
MODIFIED FROM 1957 STOCK BY THE “EXCALIBUR” PACKAGE BY SWEARINGEN IN SAN ANTONIO.
IO-720 Engines Installed
Aft Bulkhead was moved aft one bulkhead.
Increased Fuel Capacity to 230 gals vs 180 gals
Boost pumps moved from the inside the mains to the wheel wells:
Any tank may be boosted, not just the mains.
Previous owner did not like airstair concept, kept Over wing exit
Peg- Leg Cabin Step