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N160U, 1960 Beech E33C Bonanza, C/N: CJ-9

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N160U, 1960 Beech E33C Bonanza C/N CJ-9, 1960 Beech E33C BONANZA, Continental IO-520 285 Hp. Rare aerobatic version for two at 2,800 lb. gross, many structural changes, G-meter, shoulder harnesses, special fuel boost pump, checkerboard paint on wing & tail tips.

1960 Beech E33C BONANZA, Continental IO-520 285 Hp. Rare aerobatic version for two at 2,800 lb. gross, many structural changes, G-meter, shoulder harnesses, special fuel boost pump, checkerboard paint on wing & tail tips.

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Photographer: Doug Robertson
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Shot Date: 2012-05-16
Airport: SZP
Santa Paula Airport
Upload Date: 2012-05-30
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Device Manufacturer: Canon
Device Model: Canon PowerShot A720 IS
Device Type: Digital Still Camera
Shot Time: 2012:05:16 08:20:05
Original Image Size: 1600 x 1200 pixels
Exposure Time: 1/800 sec
F Number: f/4
Exposure Bias: 0
ISO Speed: 80
Focal Length: 8.336 mm
Flash: No Flash
Exposure Mode: 0
White Balance: 0
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  • N160U @ SZP - 1960 Beech E33C BONANZA, Aerobatic for two at 2,800 lbs. Capable of Aileron roll, Barrel roll, Inside loop, Immelman, Cuban 8, Split S. Quick-rel. door, Shoulder harnesses-front seats, G meter, spec. fuel boost pump, checkerboard tail/wingtips. Rare model - by Doug Robertson by Doug Robertson @ SZP
  • N160U @ SZP - 1960 Beech E33C BONANZA, Continental IO-520 285 Hp, Rare aerobatic version for two passengers at 2,800 lbs. gross. Many structural changes, Quick-rel. door, G-meter, shoulder harnesses, special fuel boost pump, checkerboard paint on tail - by Doug Robertson by Doug Robertson @ SZP