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 Post subject: Time to say Goodbye
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Location: Doylestown , PA (DYL)
Aircraft: 1991 Bonanza A36
Yesterday was bittersweet as I watched my bird disappear into the clouds for the last time. I hadn't anticipated selling her so quickly, it took less than a week. Admittedly, she hit all the criteria Malibu drivers look for, new continental reman engine, new paint and updated panel, but I would have liked a little more time. But I couldn't refuse the offer.

It's finally time for some jet A. Looking for a solid Jetprop if anyone knows of one.

Thanks


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 Post subject: Re: Time to say Goodbye
PostPosted: 12 Jun 2020, 09:48 
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You're gonna love the Jetprop.


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 Post subject: Re: Time to say Goodbye
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Looking forward to seeing your new ride at Doylestown. Love the smell of jet A.

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 Post subject: Re: Time to say Goodbye
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MU2 is a beast for the money, but requires a competent pilot to sit behind the controls.

Jet Props seem to be more expensive then I expected. Many costing more then piper factory ships and other turbo props in the market.


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 Post subject: Re: Time to say Goodbye
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MU2 is a beast for the money


Because the JetProp is all the things an MU2 is for a turbine single. High performance, low fuel burn, low maintenance


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 Post subject: Re: Time to say Goodbye
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MU2 is a beast for the money


Because the JetProp is all the things an MU2 is for a turbine single. High performance, low fuel burn, low maintenance

Except payload
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 Post subject: Re: Time to say Goodbye
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Except payload


Legal payload :duck:


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Except payload


Legal payload :duck:


Ramp Check at HKS anyone ;)

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