In lining up this years annual, I've been jolted out of my denial
and forced to realize I simply can't fly often enough to make sense
of hanging onto my beloved Sierra. I can already tell that I'll
regret this decision, but the bottom line is that I'd much rather
have it being enjoyed by someone else than sit unused in the hanger,
day after day.

It's a 1976 B model Sierra, with ~ 3000 airframe hours and ~ 400
hours on the engine since rebuild. It has a well-equipped panel and
is a good instrument platform (I got my rating in it), with a good
autopilot (S-TEC 50); I'm told the plane looks great, too <g>.

The plane is located just northwest of the New York Metro area. If
anyone in the group is thinking about acquiring a nice Sierra,
please contact me offline; I'm sure I can scare up some pictures and
will be happy to provide more details without taking up group
bandwidth.

Fly safe,

Dave




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