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WTB Twin Comanche

YCCA

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I am looking for a twin Comanche that has low time props, engines, heater, serviceable radios, and hasn’t sat in hanger gathering corrosion for years. Please contact me at [email protected] This can be a PA-30 with or without the Miller Conversion or a PA-39.. I am not looking for a project but more of a turn key airplane. I have looked on all the usual websites and have found a couple options but figured I would try here as well for a needle in a haystack that isn’t listed. Thanks 😎
 

Kristin

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I am looking for a twin Comanche that has low time props, engines, heater, serviceable radios, and hasn’t sat in hanger gathering corrosion for years. Please contact me at [email protected] This can be a PA-30 with or without the Miller Conversion or a PA-39.. I am not looking for a project but more of a turn key airplane. I have looked on all the usual websites and have found a couple options but figured I would try here as well for a needle in a haystack that isn’t listed. Thanks 😎
Patience is often necessary to find one that is not a hangar queen. Make sure you get someone to do a pre-purchase on the aircraft who actually specialized in Comanches. Someone who merely annuals them occasionally will not know what to look for.

I trust you have found the International Comanche Society and the Airworthy Comanche forum: http://forums.delphiforums.com/comanches/start. The latter is the busiest forum with the largest number of participating maintenance and other professionals. I would post there and use it as a resource as well.
 

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There is one at 5R4 that I believe is for sale by the fbo. I know it flys regularly.
 
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