According to the ad, the jet is based out of Argentina, and it’s powered by two Rolls-Royce BR700-710A1-10 engines. It was repainted in June of last year by Gulfstream themselves (in Dallas, TX), resulting in this Matterhorn White with Western Blue stripes aesthetic. It’s a good color combination, as the jet hardly shows its age from a visual standpoint.
The American aircraft-maker also refurbished the cockpit, seats, lower sidewall and the carpet back in May of 2019.
Inside, this GV comes with a 13-passenger floor plan featuring three distinct passenger cabin areas, plus an observer seat, a forward crew rest, forward crew lavatory and a spacious aft galley and lavatory. Then there’s the Blu Ray/DVD player, a 19-inch Credenza HD monitor, four 9-inch personal HD Monitors for the club seats, updated switch panels, an Aircell Cabin Telecommunication router and an Aircell SatPhone system with handsets for both the cockpit and the cabin.
Speaking of the cockpit, you can expect to find some really nice tech, like the lightning detection system, two external cameras, a DU-885 display system, head-up display, TAWS with RAAS (runway awareness and advisory system), plus a whole deal more.