1978 Beechcraft T-34C Turbo Mentor

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The Beechcraft T-34C Turbo Mentor is a military trainer aircraft produced by Beechcraft. It is a two-seat, turboprop-powered version of the piston-engined T-34 Mentor. It was introduced in 1991 to replace the T-34B Mentor. It is powered by a single Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-25 turboprop engine, producing 500 shp (373 kW). The aircraft can reach a maximum speed of 230 knots (426 km/h) and has a range of 1,020 nautical miles (1,890 km). It is equipped with a full glass cockpit and capable of performing aerobatics. It is used by the United States Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard as a primary trainer aircraft. It is also used by the air forces of Mexico, Peru, and Chile.


  • Total Time: 15530
  • Engine 1 Time: 637 SMOH
  • Prop 1 Time: 17 SMOH
  • Flap Motor
  • Flap Actuators
  • Gear Motor
  • Landing Gear Gearbox
  • New Wing Bolts
  • Hartzell Propeller
  • Prop Governor
  • Overspeed Governor
  • Torque Gauge
  • ITT Gauge
  • New Airspeeds reflecting civilian limitations
  • Landing gear was disassembled and stripped for NDT testing, then primed/painted and reassembled using all new hardware
  • Lots of routine maintenance was accomplished but lots of details were taken care of during assembly in anticipation of paint and panel upgrades, to include:
  • New Canopies
  • New Flap Cables
  • New 406 ELT
  • New seat cushions installed
  • All new hardware in empennage, wings, and flight controls
  • Wheel wells stripped and painted before reassembly
  • New Tires, Bearings, and Brakes at this time
  • New weight and balance done at this time

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