Thoughts About the Beech Sierra?

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DJTorrente
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Thoughts About the Beech Sierra?

Postby DJTorrente » Mon Nov 07, 2011 10:53 am

Specifically a 1979 C24R. Looks like it has a lot going for it. It kind of looks like a baby Bo. I imagine it shares the fuselage of the Musketeer, which is known for being a little roomier than the PA-28, if at the cost of a couple of knots. Plus you get two doors. Any known gremlins in the gear retract system?

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Chad Jensen
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Re: Thoughts About the Beech Sierra?

Postby Chad Jensen » Mon Nov 07, 2011 10:37 pm

I have two friends that each have one. They both love the airplane. One of them has owned his for 15 years. Good airplanes. Exact same airframe as the Sundowner and Musketeer, reliable systems, Beech prices...


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