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 Post subject: Re: FS: G600 Citation 501SP
PostPosted: 29 Nov 2019, 13:45 


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is the plane still for sale? If so can you PM the maintenance info? I really like the seating arrangement- do you know if there is an STC to convert the bar area behind the pilot seat into a standard seat? Also, why do they put that stupid looking barrel seat behind the co-pilot seat instead of a standard seat like this one has? I think for my purposes I would like one set up like yours but turn the middle seats around so that you have a club seating right in the front. I would then remove the back seats to use as a bigger baggage area. I typically travel with two bicycles and sometimes would like to travel with two couples and 4 bikes. Thanks for all of your postings about the Cessna 501SP- it has been inspiring and I am looking to possibly move up from my 421CW.

Michael Boyer
N421BR 1976 421CW
N620CA 1977 414

Im about 3/4 done with the phase 1-5. Call me with any questions. Mike


 Post subject: Re: FS: G600 Citation 501SP
PostPosted: 03 Dec 2019, 07:49 

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Michael Tarver - All the plane porn you have put up here ( this plane and previous ones) definitely reflect your attention detail in making the interior wow-worthy!!


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