1961 Beechceaft G18S

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The Beechcraft G18S is a twin-engine, high-wing, all-metal aircraft manufactured by Beech Aircraft Corporation from 1961 to 1969. The G18S was the successor to the G18 and was the first of the "Super 18" series of aircraft. It was powered by two Lycoming IO-360-A1A engines and had a maximum gross weight of 7,500 lbs. The G18S could cruise at speeds of up to 175 knots and had a range of up to 1,200 miles. The aircraft was used for both passenger and cargo transport, as well as executive transportation. It was also available as a floatplane and was used by the U.S. Coast Guard. The G18S was the last of the "Super 18" series of aircraft and was succeeded by the Beechcraft King Air.


  • AFTT 15,507
  • 318 gals fuel
  • Low Hours since cabin heater overhaul
  • Beech Spar Reinforcement kit, Inspection due 16,060
  • 10,1000 gross weight, 6306 empty weight, 3794 useful load.
  • No Corrosion
  • No Hail Damage
  • Last annual June 2022
  • Engines:
  • Left – 332 SMOH
  • Right – 1024 SMOH
  • Airwolf engine oil filters.
  • Prop:
  • L/R SPOH – 2 since H&S overhaul October 2020.
  • King KX165
  • King KY96 Digital Com
  • King KT76 Transponder
  • KLN89B GPS
  • Intercom
  • JPI FS450T fuel flow
  • STEC 55X autopilot
  • Co-pilot instruments
  • New aircraft batteries
  • No ADSB

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