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N850SB – 2006 Socata TBM850 for Sale

N850SB, s/n 357


S/N: 357
Registration: N850SB

Aircraft Description:

This is a well maintained 850 with all the right upgrades/ mods. It has recently had a Hot Section Inspection, and is ready to go with inspections current and long life items complied. The Avionics include dual GTN 750’s with a G600 Pilot Panel, along with an L3 Trilogy Standby AHI.

Airframe, Engine and Prop:

Total Time 1975 Hours


Pratt and Whitney PT6A-66D

1975TT/ 24 Hours Since Hot Section Inspection


4 Bladed Hartzell Propeller – De-Iced

Overhauled 12/2011 at 1147TT – Propeller hit a cone taxiing. No associated airframe damage. Prop was overhauled and engine was inspected for sudden stoppage/ FOD.


Dual Garmin GTN 750W with Chartview

G600 RVSM with Synthetic Vision

L3 Trilogy Standby Horizon Backup Indicator

GAD 43e Interface Adaptor with Preselector

Garmin GMA 35 Remote Audio Selector

Bendix King RDR 200 Color Vertical Profile Radar

WX500 Stormscope Lightning Detection System

King KMD 850 Multi-Function Display

Garmin GTX 330 Transponder

Garmin GTX 327 Transponder

King DME with KDI 574 Remote Indicator

KFC 325 Integrated Flight Control System

KRA 405B Radar Altimeter

CoPilot – Honeywell AM-250 Altimeter

CoPilot – King KCS-55A Slaved H.S.I.


Additional Features:

Air Conditioning, Radar Altimeter, Executive Writing Table, Independent Passenger Lighting and Ventilation, Emergency Oxygen, Pressurized Cabin 6.2PSI, Heated Air Intake Lip, Inertial Separator, Pilot’s Heated Windshield, Automatic Fuel Selection Sequencing, Fully Adjustable Front Seats, Nose Baggage Compartment (non-pressurized), Aft Baggage Compartment (pressurized).


Overall White with Black Base and Red and Gray Accent Stripes


Tan Leather Interior with Walnut Burl Table and Accents, Brown Tone on Tone Carpet

Additional Information:

Located in Baton Rouge, LA

Contact Gordon Ramsay, 828-315-0044


We are passionate about flying, and equally passionate about helping our clients purchase the perfect aircraft for their current and future needs.