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Old September 14th 03, 01:56 AM
Steven Barnes
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Default Pre-purchase (how to)

2 friends & I are starting to look at Cherokee 180's to buy. We're in a
flying club, but want our own plane. My biggest question at this point is
how to arrange pre-purchase inspections. Especially when the plane is far
away from our home base (KSPI). Is there a resource somewhere where we can
look up shops/people in various areas who do pre-purchase inspections?

Sorry if this has been covered recently.

Thanks!




PP-ASEL


 




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