1959 Cessna 310C

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The Cessna 310C was a variant of the Cessna 310 series of light twin-engined aircraft. It was introduced in 1959 and produced until 1965, when it was replaced by the Cessna 310D. It was powered by two Continental IO-470-C engines of 260 hp (190 kW). The Cessna 310C was the first of the 310 series to feature a pressurised cabin, as well as two-piece "picture window" rear cabin windows, which had been introduced on the 310B. It was also the first to feature the more powerful Continental IO-470-C engines. The 310C was the last of the 310 series to feature the original "short" tail, which was replaced by a longer, more swept-back tail design on the 310D. A total of 894 Cessna 310Cs were produced.


  • Total Time: 6000
  • Engine 1 Time: 1150 SMOH
  • Engine 2 Time: 1150
  • Prop 1 Time: 300
  • Prop 2 Time: 300

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