The Piper Geronimo

Piper Geronimo The Geronimo/Piper Geronimo was an American four/five-seater cabin monoplane. The Geronimo was a 1966 conversion of the Piper PA-23, replacing the engines with two Lycoming O-360-A1D four-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 335 kmh. Other minor modifications were also made to the structure of the original Piper PA-23, including a one-piece wrap-around windscreen, changes to the shape of the wing tips and a longer nose cone.

Read more about the Montana Diamond Aire STC’d Piper Apache to Geronimo conversion on the Plane and Pilot Magazine website

Montana Diamond Aire currently has Piper Apache airframes available for made-to-order conversions to Piper Geronimo.  Order yours today and be in the air by early 2010!

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