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Old January 6th 06, 08:00 PM posted to rec.aviation.marketplace
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Default FS: Bellanca Decathlon

1975 Decathlon, 2021 TT, 419 SMOH, 150 HP injected, a terrific mount
for beginning aerobatics. A cherry aircraft in red-orange, white, and
blue, in the standard stars-and-stripes Decathlon paint scheme.

Constant speed prop
Inverted fuel & oil
Recovered and reupholstered 1996
King KY96A com
King KT76A transponder
Airwolf filter
Hooker harnesses
Spades
New lightweight starter
Always hangared in Colorado and Idaho
9 in and out

$59,000. Dale or Kathy 208-453-2949, email aeroman (at) bigskytel.com.
Send email if you want to see photos.

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