1964 Beechcraft C55 Baron

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The Beechcraft C55 Baron is a light, twin-engined piston aircraft developed by Beech Aircraft Corporation and introduced in 1961. It is a variant of the Beechcraft 95 Travel Air. The Baron is a powerful aircraft, equipped with two wing-mounted turbocharged Lycoming piston engines, and is capable of carrying up to six passengers. It is typically used for personal and business travel, as well as for air ambulance, cargo, and charter services. The C55 has a swept-back wing design and a retractable tricycle landing gear. It was produced until 1982 and over 5,400 units were manufactured.


  • Total Time: 3292
  • JPI 760 Engine Monitor
  • Hoskins Fuel Computer
  • GAMI Injectors
  • Both engines are heavy case, 7th stud, with VAR crankshafts. The engines have had no major work since. Log every flight including any oil added to the engines for 32 years.
  • Avidyne IFD540 GPS/NAV/COM (brand new 3 months ago)
  • King KX-155 NAV/COM/GS
  • King KI209 VOR/ILS Deviation Indicators
  • King KMA24 Audio Panel
  • King KN64 DME
  • Garmin GTX330ES Transponder (ADSB Out)
  • S-Tec 50 2 axis autopilot (coupled)
  • GPSS
  • Sigtronics Intercom (6 station)

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