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WTT: Beech Baron for J-3/PA-18 (project or flyer)

mnflyer

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I've got a client that currently has a Beech A55 Baron. He doesn't fly it any more, and wants to move into something different. Looking for J-3, PA-11, PA-12, or PA-18. He'd consider a project, or a flyer.

If someone needs a cross country airplane, and wants to get rid of something in their hangar, a deal might be had!

Thanks!

Jim
 

David Johnson

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You were talking a flying light twin plus cash for a Cub project?
 

mnflyer

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It seems like that anymore, doesn't it?

I told him to part out the Baron, not that it's bad, but because the two overhauled O-470's are worth quite a bit, let alone selling off the remainder, like the flaps, elevators, etc. It's not a bad airplane for someone who wants a crosscountry airplane, knowing that they will still have what they have when they time out the engines, props, etc.
 

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