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PJ-260 Biplane For Sale

Dgardner

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My father is listing his gorgeous PJ-260 Biplane for sale. He is under a bit of stress lately and if we can sell the airplane it would help alleviate some of that. It is the one that was featured on the cover of Sport Aviation in December 2001. Blue and Silver with a 300HP Lycoming R-680 Radial Engine.

I have an ad with pictures on Barnstormers.com, if you search PJ or PJ-260. I am going to copy the ad text and paste here.

2000 PJ-260 WITH 300HP!
• $60,000 • FOR IMMEDIATE SALE •
2000 PJ-260 with Lycoming R-680-E3B 300hp and Hamilton Standard 2B-20
Prop. Built by Melvyn Ott to resemble a Curtis-Falcon. Featured on
cover and in article in Sport Aviation, December 2001. Grove Landing
Gear, Scott 3200 Tailwheel, Garmin SL40 COM, Garmin GTX 320 Transponder.
Push to talk and Push to transmit on front and rear throttle quadrants.
Quickdrain plug on oil tank. For more detailed information on the
aircraft please contact Kent at 314 * 368 * 6007 or Terry at 314 * 277 * 0753
and LEAVE A MESSAGE IF NO ANSWER! Aircraft always hangared, presently in
St. Louis, Missouri at 1H0•
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