King Air 90 Twin Engine Beechcraft - yours for $290,000

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2015-06-26 12:02:59

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King Air 90 Twin Engine Beechcraft - yours for $290,000

The 1976 model looks set to rise above the rest at next month's Spirit of Aviation Aircraft Auction

As we've reported, next month's Spirit of Aviation Aircraft Auction will boast a Fairchild F-24 and a Waco YKS-6 from the 1930s, with somewhat differing price tags.

The star of the show, however, is more likely to be a King Air 90 Twin Beachcraft built in 1976.

Both engines on the classic aircraft are fitted with 460 SMOH Propellers, and the plane underwent a complete panel refurbishment, concluding December 2007.

As part of the owner's loving restoration, the Beechcraft also had a new interior as of November of 2007. The Desert Tan leather seats carry six, with a refreshment centre at the back.

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The outside is also looking good with fresh Matterhorn White paint with black and red accents as of December 2008 and new tyres from a few months later.

In total, it is a craft that an aviation collector will fall in love with immediately, and it carries a starting price of $290,000 in the auction which takes place on July 31 in Wisconsin.

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Images: EAA Venture/Auction.com

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