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Piper Service Manual Pa-31p - Pressurizes Navajo - Cards 1, 2, 3, & 4 on 2040-parts.com

C $150.00
Location:

north Saaanich, BC, Canada

north Saaanich, BC, Canada
The manual has been read but is in Like New condition. Except for the stamp of a previous owner on an inside front page, the manual is unmarked, bright, tight and clean.
Aircraft Type:Piper Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Make:Piper Pressurized Navajo

"This manual contains service and maintenance instructions for the Piper PA-31P Pressurized Navajo, designed and manufactured as a versatile aircraft in the personal and business field, by the Piper Aircraft Corporation, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania." The manual comes complete in two loose-leaf binders.  (11987)

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