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WTB Piper Arrow II or III

Morgan3820

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I am wanting to upgrade to an Arrow II (+1974) or III (no turbo). I have been looking for awhile, ready to buy, money is no object, filthy rich. Email Jesse at [email protected]
 
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I am wanting to upgrade to an Arrow II (+1974) or III (no turbo). I have been looking for awhile, ready to buy, money is no object, filthy rich. Email Jesse at [email protected]
Just curious -- if you are "filthy rich" and "money is no object," why are you looking for a 40 year old airplane when you could easily afford a much newer one that has all the latest avionics already installed?
 

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That's the great thing about being rich. You can buy what ever the heck you want and not get too wound up with the price. No stress, no worries.
 

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A brand new Arrow from Piper looks exactly the same as the old Arrow III, except for a snazzy paint job and modern avionics. And, you don't have to wait for one to hit the market, or worry about what sort of hidden deficiencies you might be buying -- just order one from Piper with a full warranty.
http://www.piper.com/aircraft/trainer-class/arrow/

Great idea...except for 400,000 minor details :rolleyes:.
 

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Comanche's are better than arrows, have a nice one for sale and if you are filthy rich I can double the price for you ��
 

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