1979 Beechcraft A-60 Duke used

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The Beechcraft A-60 Duke is a twin-engine light aircraft manufactured by Beech Aircraft Corporation (now a part of Textron Aviation) from 1973 to 1982. The Duke was designed to replace the Beechcraft Baron, with a larger cabin and increased performance. Powered by a pair of Continental Motors TSIO-520-A engines, the Duke was capable of a cruising speed of up to 235 knots (270 mph).
The Duke featured a retractable landing gear and a pressurized cabin, and was designed to appeal to the business traveler. The aircraft was well-equipped with modern avionics and instrumentation, including a color weather radar and a digital autopilot. The Duke was popular among business travelers and charter operators, and was also used for air ambulance and law enforcement operations.
Despite its popularity, the Duke was eventually replaced by the Beechcraft King Air, which offered superior performance and range. The last Duke was produced in 1982, and most of the surviving aircraft are now operated by private pilots and charter operators.


  • Total Time: 3096
  • Engines: Lycoming TIO 541 E1C4 380 HP, carbide lifter STC
  • Left Engine 508 SMOH
  • Right Engine 508 SMOH
  • Left and right props 70 SMOH
  • Avionics / Equipment
  • Garmin G600
  • Garmin GNS 530/430 WAAS
  • Garmin GMA 340 Audio panel
  • GTX 345 Transponder with ADS-B in and out
  • GTX 330ES backup transponder
  • Garmin GDL 69 Satellite Radio
  • Bendix RDS Digital Weather Radar
  • Radar Altimeter
  • Co-pilot King HSI
  • Prop Sync
  • JPI EDM 760 Engine monitor
  • Airtex ELT-345
  • Century Auto-pilot
  • Yaw Dampener

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