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Debonair 35-B33

Distinguishing Features

  • Conventional (“straight”) tail
  • Small third window
  • “Basic six” instrument layout
  • Rounded tail cone and wingtips
  • Optional in-wing auxiliary tanks (20 gal. total)
  • No openable aft-seat windows/emergency exits
  • Rear bench seat
  • Single, throw-over control yoke
  • Vernier engine and mixture controls
  • Electric auxiliary fuel pump
  • Full-time fuel gauges for both tanks
  • Gear handle on right, flap on left
  • Improved cabin ventilation
  • Stall warning horn becomes standard, CD-710 and after
  • No cowl flaps
  • Landing light on nose cowling, CD-626 and after
  • Interior less plush than contemporary model Bonanza

Common options and modifications

  • Engine upgrades
  • Tip tanks
  • Long third window
  • Improved cabin ventilation system
  • Instrument panel and/or avionics upgrades
  • Interior upgrades
  • Dual control yoke
Maintenance Documents