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Larry Pinney
Transportation Locators LTD.
8513 South Airport Way
Hangar A-18
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74132

(918) 298-6960




1957 Beechcraft H35 Bonanza, N191GA


An Exceptionally Clean Bonanza
Many extras
Must see to appreciate

Airframe: 3505 Total Time

Engine: 1305 SMOH

Prop: 2166 SNEW, 3-Blade McCauley 406


King KMA24 Audio/Marker/Intercom

Sigtronics Intercom, 4-Place

Garmin GNS530W Nav/Com/GPS WAAS

King KX165 Nav/Com #2

Garmin GTX345 Transponder, ADSB In & Out

Collins PN101 HSI Navigation Display

3M 900 StormScope

Garmin AERA 796 Multi-Function Display

STEC 50 Auto Pilot, Altitude Hold, GPSS

JPI EDM800 Graphic Engine Display

Davtron 655 Voltage/Density Altitude

XM/Sirius Weather/XM Audio/Pressure Altitude/Temp Display

Additional Features:

Interav Alternator Conversion

Beech Factory Conversion to J35 Specs Fuel Injection

Custon One-Piece Panel With Oak Overlay

Beryl DeShanon tip Tanks, 30 Gal Total, Gross Weight Increase 200 lbs.

Cleveland Wheel and Brake Conversion

Interior: Gray Leather With Blue Sheepskin Inserts for Pilot/Copilot, Grey Carpet

Exterior: Overall White, with Blue Trim and Grey Accents

Price: Call For Price



Some History Of The H35 bonanza:

The Model H35 Bonanza of 1957 was the first of the 'Second Generation" Bonanzas. In place of the E-Series Continental engine, the H35 was powered by the first of the Continental 0-Series engines with a wet sump (oil contained in the crankcase pan). A hydraulically-controlled, governed constant-speed propeller replaced the electic propeller of the Models 35 through G35 Bonanzas.

The entirne airframe was structurally strengthened. Wing strengthening included both spars and the leading edge sections copied from the Beech Model 50 Twin Bonanza. The fuselage got a stronger wing spar carry-through and a strengthened nose fuselage section that included a heavier keel, thicker skin, and closer rivet spacing.

The tail assembly got strengthened with heavier spars, additional ribs, increased trim tab chord with heavier tab skin, and lengthened elevator balance horns.

These changes were so significant that the H35 was re-certified under a different Type Certificate than for the earlier Bonanzas. The FAA issued Type Certificate 3A15 for the H35, which applies to all subsequent Bonanzas through today's G-36 Bonanza.

As to the airplane's success in the marketplace, sales of the H35 were high, with 464 aircraft delivered.

Bonanza N191GA

Bonanza N191GA

Bonanza N191GA

Bonanza N191GA

Bonanza N191GA