Originally equipped with all round steam gauges, I upgraded N6349C in 2008 to have full IFR GPS capability, coupled to an STEC-50 autopilot with attitude hold. Combined with dual LOC/GS ILS, KX-165 Nav/Comm radio, ADF, DME and a WX-8 Stormscope, this is a serious IFR cross country machine. There are next to no instrument procedures you can’t do.
For pictures: See this blog, or request a spec sheet in your comment with the pictures in it. Cover included.
Specs & Equipment:
5500 TT on Airframe
466 hrs SMOH on refurbished 0-360-A4K 180HP 4-cylinder engine S/N L24864-36A.
466 hrs on Propeller (Senseich 76EM8S5-O-60 s/n 29392K)
Power Flow Tuned Exhaust STC July 2008 (for extra climb power)
Garmin 430 IFR panel mounted GPS (Nav #1), WAAS (430W) upgrade negotiable.
King KX-165 Nav/com radio (with flip flop buttons) (Nav #2)
STEC-50 autopilot with altitude hold, coupled to GPS and the KX-165 (switchable)
King DME remoted to Nav 1 or 2
Collins 4096 Transponder
Collins audio panel with ILS marker beacon lights
2 place intercom
Lights for IFR night ops (standard navigation, plus taxi and landing lights, strobes)
Tail weight STC P/N169-440005-207 installed 1997 (improves landing and keeps CG away from forward limits)
Bruce Aircraft cover and engine inlet plugs
External Paint – good (7), repainted in 1997
Internal Condition – good (8)
Never based near any ocean
Annual October 2010 – no major squawks
New tires and ELT battery September 2010
Good compression on all 4 cylinders
No metal in oil
IFR certification August 2009
AD’s complied with
Based at McKinney, TX (near Dallas)
My A&P is well known Beechcraft expert, active on Beech Talk