• The Beechcraft Musketeers III

    This 37 page <u>MUST-READ</u> document is for all of our club members who desire to know the story behind the concept and development of our "Baby Beech" line of airplanes. The documentation was provided by Mike Rellihan.<br />
    Link: <a href="http://www.beechaeroclub.org/modules.php?op=modload&name=UpDownload&file=index& req=getit&lid=238"><u>The Beechcraft Musketeers III</u></a><br />
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    Here is an accompanying sales brochure with photos, previously posted in Technical/Downloads:<br />
    <a href="http://www.beechaeroclub.org/modules/UpDownload/store_folder/Articles,_Reference_Documents/1970_Musketeer_Sales_Brochure.pdf"><u>The 1970 Beechcraft Musketeers</u></a><br />
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    Newly added on January 8th. Here is an accompanying 1964 Musketeer II sales brochure with photos, previously posted in Technical/Downloads:<br />
    <a href=http://www.beechaeroclub.org/modules/UpDownload/store_folder/Articles,_Reference_Documents/Musketeer_II_A23_Brochure.pdf><u>The 1964 Musketeer II A23</u></a><br />
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    And added on January 10, the 1972 A24R, when Beech officially changed the name to 'Sierra'. This is also posted in Downloads.<br />
    <a href=http://www.beechaeroclub.org/modules/UpDownload/store_folder/Articles,_Reference_Documents/1972_A24R_Sierra_Sales_Brochure.pdf><u>1972 A24R Sierra</u></a>
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