1979 Cessna 310R

Aircraft Description

The Cessna 310 is an American four-to-six-seat, low-wing, twin-engine monoplane produced by Cessna between 1954 and 1980. It was the first twin-engine aircraft that Cessna put into production after World War II. Last production model, introduced in the 1975 model year with 285 hp (213 kW) Continental IO-520-M or IO-520-MB engines; three-blade propellers as standard; lengthened nose containing a baggage compartment; and 5,500 lb (2,500 kg) maximum takeoff weight.

Aircraft Specs

Engine & PropELLER
Left Engine: IO-520-MB
Serial: 1000685
ETT: 1,482.7 (Factory Reman 2009)
Right Engine: IO-520-MB
Serial: 1000864
ETT: 1,482.7 (Factory Reman 2009)
Left Propeller: 3AF32C504
Serial: 030636
SPOH: 419.6
PTT: 3,008.7
Right Propeller: 3AF32C504
Serial: 030635
PTT: 3,008.7
SPOH: 419.6
Avionics & Radio
Garmin GMA-340 Audio Panel

Aspen EFB 1000 ADI & HSI

Garmin GNS-530W

Garmin GNS-430

Trig ADS-B Transponder

Bendix King KFC-200 Autopilot

Additional Equipment
Vortex Generators.
Windshield Hot Plate.
Full De-Ice Aircraft.

Exterior & colors
White, Black, Red, Gold
interior & colors
Gray Leather and Gray Carpet.
inspections status
Annual Inspection Current. (January 2022).

US$ 179,500.00