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1979 Beechcraft Sierra C24R // Low Reserve // N60007

Auction Start: October 31, 2023
Auction End: November 7, 2023 12:00 pm

Sierra C24R Details

Make:

Beechcraft

Model:

Sierra C24R

Year:

1979

Auction Start Date:
October 31, 2023
Auction Start Date:

2023-10-31

Serial No:

MC-629

Seat:

4

Category:

Normal/Utility

Time:

2325

Location: New RIchmond, Wisconsin
Description: AirSpace Auctions is presenting a classic Beechcraft Sierra 200. This aircraft is capable of hauling a small family on cross country trips. The interior looks as good as the day it rolled out of the factory. This is a real point of attraction for any Beechcraft enthusiast.
Airframe Details
  • Low Reserve
  • Interior is original and perfect!
  • Overall paint shows well.
  • Good glass
  • 1979 Beechcraft Sierra 200 C24R
  • S/N MC629
  • TT 2325 hours
  • Missing Airframe log prior to 1978
Engine Details
  • Lycoming 
  • IO-360-A1B6
  • S/N L-19704-51A
  • Overhauled 8/2012
  • SMOH 130
  • TT 2325
  • Compressions 
  1. 78/80
  2. 78/80
  3. 79/89
  4. 79/80
Propeller Details
  • Hartzell 
  • Model HC-M2YR-1BF/F7666A
  • S/N EN689
  • SMOH 130
  • TT 2325
  • Missing Prop log prior to 1985
Avionics Details
  • EGT
  • Instrument Air
  • Clock
  • Stratus Appareo ADSBand transponder
  • Turn coordinate 
  • Airspeed
  • DG
  • Dual VOR
  • Altimeter
  • Artificial horizon 
  • Manifold pressure
  • Fuel flow
  • RPM
  • DME
  • Satcom hour meter
  • Sigtronics Intercom SPA-400 TSO
  • Collins Audio Marker AMR-350 TSO
  • Dual Collins Com VHF-251 TSO
  • Dual Collins Nav VIR-351 TSO
Additional Features
  • 4000C DG inop
Exterior
White base with dark and light blue accents. Overall shows well.
Interior
Dark blue and white striped heavy upholstery seats. Dark blue carpet. Dark blue and light blue interior sides and ceiling. The all original interior shows perfectly.
Auction Details
Contact Phone: 254-735-5030
Contact Email: aircrew@airspaceauctions.com
Registration Number: N60007
Make: Beechcraft
Model: Sierra C24R
Required Deposit: $4,000
Buyers Premium: 6%
Start Date: October 31, 2023
End Date: November 7, 2023 12:00 pm
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The Beechcraft Sierra C24R: A Family Hauler and Time Builder

Are you a middle-aged professional looking for a versatile aircraft that seamlessly combines utility, style, and history? If so, the upcoming auction of a 1979 Beechcraft Sierra C24R might be the opportunity you’ve been waiting for. This classic aircraft, serial number MC-629, is set to go under the hammer on October 31, 2023, through AirSpace Auctions. As a pilot and professional in fields such as engineering, medicine, law, real estate, or business ownership, this could be the perfect addition to your aviation portfolio. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the rich history of the Beechcraft Sierra C24R, explore its uses, construction materials, available engines, and the particulars of the upcoming auction.

A Brief History of the Beechcraft Sierra C24R

The Beechcraft Sierra C24R, a product of the renowned aircraft manufacturer Beechcraft, has an illustrious history dating back to 1979. The Sierra C24R was part of Beechcraft’s lineup of light twin-engine aircraft and was particularly known for its versatility and performance. Here’s a snapshot of its history:

Year of Production: 1979

The Sierra C24R was introduced in 1979, designed to cater to a diverse range of aviation needs. Beechcraft, a subsidiary of Raytheon, was known for producing high-quality, reliable aircraft, and the Sierra C24R was no exception.

Construction Material

This aircraft was constructed using a combination of materials, including aluminum alloy for the airframe. The use of aluminum alloy ensures a balance between structural integrity and weight, a crucial factor in the aviation world.

Available Engines

Powering the 1979 Beechcraft Sierra C24R is a Lycoming IO-360-A1B6 engine, with serial number L-19704-51A. This engine was overhauled in August 2012, ensuring it operates at peak performance. With a history of reliability and efficiency, the Lycoming engine was a vital component of this aircraft.

Uses

The Beechcraft Sierra C24R was designed to serve a multitude of purposes, making it a true all-purpose aircraft. Whether you’re looking to transport your family on cross-country trips, build valuable flight hours, or enjoy the thrill of piloting a well-crafted machine, this aircraft has it all. The four-seat configuration ensures that you can comfortably accommodate your loved ones while exploring the skies.

The Aircraft Up for Auction

Now that you’re acquainted with the history and versatility of the 1979 Beechcraft Sierra C24R, let’s dive into the details of the aircraft that’s coming up for auction.

Airframe Details

  • Total Time: 2325 hours
  • Missing Airframe log prior to 1978

The airframe of this particular Sierra C24R is in remarkable condition, with 2325 flight hours under its belt. The missing airframe log prior to 1978 is a minor caveat, but it doesn’t detract from the overall quality and performance of this aircraft.

Engine Details

  • Engine: Lycoming IO-360-A1B6
  • Serial Number: L-19704-51A
  • Overhauled: 8/2012
  • Since Major Overhaul (SMOH): 130 hours
  • Total Time: 2325 hours
  • Compression:
    • 78/80
    • 78/80
    • 79/89
    • 79/80

The Lycoming engine is the heart of this Sierra C24R and has been overhauled to ensure it runs like a dream. The compression numbers demonstrate its excellent health and reliability, crucial for a safe and efficient flight.

Propeller Details

  • Propeller: Hartzell Model HC-M2YR-1BF/F7666A
  • Serial Number: EN689
  • Since Major Overhaul (SMOH): 130 hours
  • Total Time: 2325 hours
  • Missing Propeller log prior to 1985

The Hartzell propeller, paired with the Lycoming engine, delivers the power and efficiency needed for smooth take-offs and landings. While there’s a gap in the propeller log prior to 1985, the performance of the propeller is well-documented and trustworthy.

Avionics Details

  • EGT
  • Instrument Air
  • Clock
  • Stratus Appareo ADS-B transponder
  • Turn coordinator
  • Airspeed
  • DG (Directional Gyro)
  • Dual VOR (VHF Omnidirectional Range)
  • Altimeter
  • Artificial horizon
  • Manifold pressure
  • Fuel flow
  • RPM (Revolutions Per Minute)
  • DME (Distance Measuring Equipment)
  • Satcom hour meter
  • Sigtronics Intercom SPA-400 TSO
  • Collins Audio Marker AMR-350 TSO
  • Dual Collins Com VHF-251 TSO
  • Dual Collins Nav VIR-351 TSO

The avionics suite of this Sierra C24R is well-equipped, ensuring that you have all the necessary information at your fingertips for a safe and efficient flight.

Additional Features

  • 4000C DG inoperative

While the Directional Gyro (DG) is inoperative, it’s worth noting that this can be rectified by a qualified aviation technician. It’s a manageable issue that doesn’t detract from the overall appeal of the aircraft.

Exterior

The exterior of this Sierra C24R boasts a white base with dark and light blue accents. The overall appearance is eye-catching and well-maintained, reflecting the care and attention given to this aircraft.

Interior

Inside the aircraft, you’ll find dark blue and white striped heavy upholstery seats, complemented by dark blue carpet. The interior sides and ceiling feature a harmonious blend of dark blue and light blue, creating an inviting and visually pleasing cabin. What’s truly remarkable is that the interior is all original and in perfect condition, a testament to the enduring quality of Beechcraft’s craftsmanship.

Auction Details

  • Contact Phone: 254-735-5030
  • Contact Email: aircrew@airspaceauctions.com
  • Registration Number: N60007
  • Make: Beechcraft
  • Model: Sierra C24R
  • Required Deposit: $4,000
  • Buyer’s Premium: 6%
  • Start Date: October 31, 2023
  • End Date: November 7, 2023, 12:00 pm

The 1979 Beechcraft Sierra C24R, with its rich history and exceptional condition, is set to be auctioned off by AirSpace Auctions. To participate in this exciting opportunity, you’ll need to place a $4,000 refundable deposit. Deposits are refunded to the non-winning bidders within 3 business days following the auction close.

In conclusion, the Beechcraft Sierra C24R is not just an aircraft; it’s a piece of aviation history. With its 1979 production year, diverse uses, high-quality construction, and well-maintained components, it’s an excellent choice for families and pilots who want an economical time builder. Whether you’re looking for a family hauler, a time builder, or simply a beautiful aircraft to call your own

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