Beech T-34C1 for sale
This T-34C-1 was originally delivered to a Beech dealer in Paris, France in February 1983, being flown across the Atlantic then on to the final destination of Gabon, West equatorial Africa, where it was used as a Presidential escort aircraft. At the time the President of Gabon flew in a Brazilian made Bandeiranti with two T-34C-1’s on each wing tip. This T-34C-1 was hand-picked of the 3 that were available and is the lowest time.
TTAF: 1340 NDH, Complete logs.
Engine: PT-6A-21 S/N PCE-24406. Covington Aircraft Disassembled engine, Hot section completed 2016. 72.7 hrs. (TT 13200)
Avionics: Trig TY91 Comm, Trig TT22/ TC90 Transponder/ ADSB
New paint 2017. Painted per Navy Paint Manual.
Seats recovered by Cannon interiors using Custom Soft Core back from Oregon Aero.
It’s in the Experimental Exhibition category because the owner wanted to retain the limits the Navy NATOPS manual prescribes. It allows a Vne of 280kts, versus standard category of 195kts. Includes the wing pylons (4) that can be installed, but with standard category they could not be installed, same with gun sight.
Aircraft located at Seattle WA. Contact Air Assets International to schedule a Showing! SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO VERIFICATION UPON INSPECTION
Offered for $1.2MM USD.
Contact Gordon Page at 303-517-5078 or email@example.com for more information.