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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 http://www.planeandpilotmag.com/aircraft/pilot-reports/piper/geronimo.html

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!

Please visit www.diamondaire.com or email john@diamondaire.com for more info.

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