The Musketeer 23 belongs to a family of light, single-engine, and low-wing aircraft produced by Beechcraft from 1963 to 1983.
As the inaugural aircraft in the series, the Beechcraft Musketeer 23 underwent a 20-year manufacturing span, featuring a succession of different engines aimed at enhancing performance. In 1968, Beechcraft introduced the Lycoming O-360-A4J engine, starting with the B23 Musketeer Custom. Subsequently, the new version C23, later renamed “Sundowner,” continued this trend. The Beechcraft B23 and C23 models can be approved for limited aerobatics when appropriately equipped. These aircraft are equipped with a trailing idler link gear system and a compressed rubber puck suspension system, providing a smoother landing experience with light touchdowns for experienced pilots.
Red Box Aviation is delighted to present an exceptional range of ground power equipment perfectly suited for Beechcraft Musketeer aircraft. Our offerings include tugs, start power units and more. The 701D Tug efficiently and safely moves equipment weighing up to 4,500lbs in confined spaces, while the RB25A start power unit, with a maximum voltage of 13v DC, ensures a swift departure into the skies.