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Your Custom Painted Beechcraft G58 Baron Scale Model

Your Custom Painted Beechcraft G58 Baron Scale Model

Item# : EBeeG58

Manufacturer : Beechcraft

Wingspan : 16.22"

Length : 12.54"

Customize this aircraft with your paint scheme, registration number, markings, details, logos, antennas and all other details. Model includes a customized stand logo and an inscription plaque with three lines of personalized text. Once you place your order you will receive your custom model order form where you will provide all the specifications necessary to build your model.

Availability : Ships in 6-8 Weeks

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Retail Price: $525.00
FDM Price: $425.00
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Custom Express

Have this Beechcraft G58 Baron Customized with Your Paint Scheme and Other Fine Details Delivered to You in 6 to 8 Weeks.

Customize this aircraft with your paint scheme, registration number, markings, details, logos, antennas and all other details. Model includes a customized stand logo and an inscription plaque with three lines of personalized text. Once you place your order you will receive your custom model order form where you will provide all the specifications necessary to build your model.

Order NOW as stock on hand is EXTREMELY LIMITED and changes daily.

No modifications can be made to this airframe – paint and all other details can be fully customized.

Beechcraft 58 Baron History:

The Beechcraft Baron 58 is a light twin-engine piston aircraft developed by Beechcraft and was introduced in 1961. It was developed from the Beechcraft 95 Travel Air. The Travel Air incorporated the fuselage of the Bonanza and the tail control surfaces of the T-34 Mentor military trainer. In order to create the Baron, the Travel Air?s tail was replaced with that of the Debonair, the engine nacelles were streamlined, six-cylinder engines were added, and the aircraft?s name was changed. This first Baron was designated as the Model 55. In 1967 Beechcraft introduced the short lived Model 56TC variant of the Baron. Then in 1970 the Baron 58 was introduced and it was larger and more powerful than the Model 55. It had club seating, double aft baggage doors, and an increased gross take-off weight of 5,400 pounds. The lengthened fuselage of the Baron 58 increased the baggage area as well as providing a more comfortable six-place seating arrangement. This Baron 58 variant was produced until 2004 and in 2005 the upgraded Baron G58 variant was introduced with the new Garmin G1000 glass cockpit avionics system, thus the designation G58. This is still the current production model. The Baron can cruise at 230 miles per hour for a maximum distance of 1,700 miles.

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Factory Direct Models has been supplying custom made models to the world’s most accomplished aircraft and ship manufacturers for over 25 years. Dedication and the relentless pursuit of perfection is what differentiates FDM from every other model builder. Our award winning customer service team will assist you with your order from the very beginning until your completed model is delivered to your door in its foam fitted shipping box. Our attention to detail and unmatched quality is why many of the world’s leading aerospace companies trust and work with FDM. Just as their standards are high, so are ours. Experience the FDM Difference.



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