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N99RG - 1979 Rockwell Commander 700 RESERVE MET!


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Auction Starts 6/21/2023 at 1:00PM EST

Auction Starts 6/28/2023 at 1:00PM EST


Currituck, NC



The Rockwell Commander 700 is one of the most undervalued pressurized twins on the market. It was designed and built by Fuji Heavy Industries in Japan, and then sent to Rockwell International in the US for assembly. This is one of the best designed and well built aircraft on the market today, Rockwell and Fuji eventually wanted to make this aircraft a 12,000 gross take off weight aircraft with PT-6’s, so they built the structure for that purpose. This twin can maintain sea level pressure in the cabin all the way to 14,000 feet, and has a ceiling of 25,000 feet. It has twin TIO-540’s mounted on the plane (same as the Navajo), and will cruise at 200 knots at 75% power at 18,000 feet burning 37-40 gallons per hour. 

The cabin is one of the quietest cabins in its class, holds 210 Gallons of fuel and has a 1600 lbs. useful load. The aircraft is 2 inches wider than a King Air C90 and 4 inches taller, in fact the inside is so large, the entire cabin of a 414 can fit inside the cabin of the Rockwell Commander 700. To put things in perspective, the 700 is 3 inches wider and 10 inches taller than a Cessna 414. The width of the Commander allows for a staggering 18 inches between armrests, making it easy for anyone to walk right up to the cockpit and sit down. There are two baggage areas on the 700, one inside the cabin which can accommodate 400 lbs of cargo, and a nose baggage compartment that can accommodate 300 lbs of cargo. 

This is an all weather aircraft, full known icing, with Air Conditioning and one of the very few aircraft in existence today that does not have an AD on the airframe. When Rockwell and Fuji designed this aircraft they knew parts would be a concern, since only 32 were built they decided to use almost all over the counter parts, so most parts can be found easily. 

Don’t miss a rare opportunity to own a Commander 700 at a great value! This airplane has been upgraded with Garmin Avionics, and a refurbished interior (2006). The airplane comes with a complete spare aircraft in pieces to include two TIO 540 engines and accessories, windshields, full landing gear, wings, interior components, etc. (must be removed when taking delivery of the airplane)! 



Total Time: 3261 

Annual Inspection Completed August 2022 by Donald S. Anklin 

Useful Load: 1581.5 lbs 

All Pneumatic De-Ice boots replaced May 1994 by Air Care, Inc. 


  Engine - Left:

Lycoming TIO-540-R2AD 

Annual Inspection performed August 2022 by Donald S. Anklin 

1290 SMOH Overhaul performed February 2008 by Don George Engines LLC at 1971.1 TT 

440 Since Top Overhaul November 2015 @2877.5TT by Daniel WhiteT by Daniel White 


  Engine - Right:

Lycoming TIO-540-R2AD 

Annual inspection performed August 2022 by Donald S. Anklin 

1324 SMOH Performed June 2007 by Triad Aviation at Hobbs 1936.5 

1149 Since Top Overhaul, January 2010 @2111.1TT by Daniel White 


Prop - Left:

Hartzell 3 Blade HC-F3YR-2ATF 

Annual inspection performed August 2022 by Donald S. Anklin 

901 SOH Overhaul performed November 2012 by Daniel White at Hobbs 2412.6 


Prop - Right:

Hartzell 3 Blade HC-F3YR-2ATF 

Annual inspection performed August 2022 by Donald S. Anklin 

901 SOH Overhaul performed November 2012 by Daniel White at Hobbs 2412.6 



Garmin GMA 340 Audio Panel 

Garmin GNS 530W GPS/ WAAS 

Garmin GNS 430 GPS/ NON-WAAS 

Garmin GTX 345 Transponder ADBS IN/OUT 

Garmin GA 35 GPS Antenna 

Garmin GI-106A Course Deviation Indicator 

Garmin GA 56 GPS Antenna 

Bendix King KFC 200 Integrated Flight Control System with Yaw Damper 


Additional Features:

Interior swapped from another Commander 700 in 2018 - Excellent Condition with all the upgrades!

Removable Toilet, Fully De-iced with Pneumatic boots and heated pilot’s windshield. 



Exterior: All over Matterhorn White with Burgandy and Gray Accents- paint job done in October 1988 

Interior: Full Custom Interior Light Tan Leather seats, Brown carpet 


  • Contact Phone Number 1-833-824-7243 ext 701
  • Contact Email Address gramsay@aircraftbidder.com
  • Registration Number N99RG
  • Make Rockwell
  • Model Commander 700
  • Required Wire Deposit 5,000
  • Optional Appended Bid Application Instructions 6% Buyer's Premium

  • Item # 461024
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