This Baron 58 is in top mechanical and cosmetic condition, with a great IFR panel featuring a Garmin 430 WAAS and KFC-200 AP/FD and extra clean interior appointments in executive cabin. This will be a ...
Best of the batch, this 1978 "P" Baron is in great shape. Enjoy smooth, on-top comforts at FL250.
5300 TT, SMOH. 595/595. Known ice, super cosmetics and solid IFR panel. Fresh annual inspection at s ...
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Originally being introduced in 1970, the Baron 58 for sale is an excellent aircraft to own. The Baron 58 Aircraft for sale has club seating, double aft doors, and its gross weight is 5400-5500 lbs. This mighty fine aircraft is fitted with one of two possible engines. Either the Continental IO-520 or IO-550 300 hp (224 kW) engine. The cruising speed is 200 knots (370 km/h) at an altitude of 7000 ft. (2100m). There are two kinds of fuel tanks that this aircraft can carry, which are either a 166 (628 L) or 194 (734 L) gallon fuel tank.
The turbocharged Baron 58TC and the pressurized Baron 58P were introduced to the market in 1976. These models were powered by turbocharged Continental TIO-520s of 310-325 hp (230-240 kW). There was an increase in gross weight of over a 100 lbs. and was certified, under FAR23, with a brand new certificate. These new models are capable of cruising speeds of 200 knots (370 km/h) at an altitude of 8000 ft. (2400 m) and a cruising speed of 220 knots (410 km/h) at an altitude of 20000 ft. (6100 m). Typically, these aircraft were fitted with 190 US gallon (719 L) fuel tanks.
In 1984, a change in the panel/system layout on these different models of the Baron 58 occurred. This included relocating throttle, gear, flap, propeller, and mixture controls the FAA industry-standard positions.
Even though the turbocharged 58TC/58P was discontinued back in 1985, the normal Baron 58 was still in production, as of 2010. Currently, the production version is the G58. This model features glass cockpit, better passenger cabin and modifications to the airframe.
The Baron 58 has a fully integrated Garmin autopilot GFC700 system and a GWX68TM weather radar. This aircraft has a primary flight display (PFD) that stands in place of the traditional cockpit instruments and gives the pilot a more expanded view of his situation by having a 10” LCD format installed. The Baron 58’s multi-functional display (MFD) brings together the engine instruments, terrain, navigation and autopilot controls onto a second 10” LCD screen.
There is a high quality solid-state Altitude and Heading Reference System installed in the Baron 58. Which has the ability to align, while in motion, which includes in-flight dynamic restarts. Integrated digital air-data computer, integrated GWX68TM color weather radar are also included in this fine aircraft.
The Baron 58 has a GFC700TM, which is a revolutionary three-axis automatic flight control system and director. There is an integrated Mode S transponder that has a (TIS) Traffic Information Service installed. The dual integrated radio units, that come with the Baron 58, provide the pilot a WAAS-capable & IFR approved GPS, VHF communication (with a 16-watt transceiver) and 8.33-kHz channel spacing. The G1000 MFD provides expanded situation awareness, for the pilot, by displaying Terrain and Obstacles via web-based databases.
Needless to say, when you are looking for a Baron, the, used Baron 58 aircraft is a top notch aircraft to have that is safe and reliable. Those that purchase, and fly this aircraft, will have the peace of mind to know that they are able to transport loved ones, and cargo, safely to their destination. Used Barron 58 for sale are available on all the Flying Online network of websites along with new Baron 58 aircraft sales.
† The Lord will keep you from all harm, he will watch over your life" (Psalm 121:7–8). We ask that You keep all pilots safe.
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