1966 Beechcraft 33 Debonair:
This is a TRULY magnificent high-performance turbo Beechcraft Debonair! It is in great condition and its owner has spared no expense in maintaining as such - just look at the photos!
With its tip tanks, This Debonair is capable of flying non-stop between Florida and New York in real comfort. A great avionics package complements this airplane (GPS with moving map, autopilot, HSI, and Stormscope).
MUST SELL THIS WEEK!! Call Manny at AirplanesUSA (954) 359-6000.
4275 Hours Since New
Continental (IO-520) 285 HP Engine ( 165 SMOH - Zephyrhills)
Turbo Normalized! (1991- Air Research (Tornado Alley) in Colorado)
J.P.I. EDM-700 digital engine performance monitoring
Shadin fuel flow monitor
New propeller ( 205 hours)
Next annual not due until July, 2007
All AD´s complied with
Debonairs were later renamed Bonanza 33´s.
Minor damage history 15 years ago - pilot retracted gear instead of flaps.
King 155 / King 165
KLN 90 GPS Coupled with Argus 500 Moving Map
Stec 60-2 autopilot
WX 1000 Stormscope
Leather seats (top grade cowhide leather)
Double insulated windows / inserts (temp and sound)
Digital Chronometer (on yoke)
Rosen sun visors
Metallic dark green bottom, ivory top, gold pin stripes
One piece slope windshield
Osbourne Tip Tanks
Cleveland wheels and brakes
- Owner reports a true airspeed of 192 knots at 18,000 feet with a fuel burn of less than 17 gallons per hour.
- Aircraft Location: Fort Lauderdale, Florida