Museum quality restoration
Cleveland wheels and brakes, second propeller (climb), spare yellow tagged engine in parts
This airplane will empty the pilot's lounge wherever it taxies in.
This restoration makes the aircraft look as if it should be under lights in a museum. One of the most stunning ground up remanufacturing that I have seen in many years. Done at great expense and perfectly kept since. The aircraft has 1,664 hours total time on the airframe since new and 94 hours since major overhaul on its Lycoming 65. The annual has recently been done. Of course the airplane is hangared and has never sat outside overnight since its rebirth.
A burled wood instrument panel and gray leather seats set off this gorgeous interior. No detail was overlooked. It must be seen.
The aircraft is done in the original Porterfield colors and scheme, with silver wings and red fuselage with silver trim. It was covered doped with the Stitts process and is flawless.
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