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Aerospatiale TB-20, 21TC Trinidad

Sleek, modern and comfortable, the Trinidad may be just the thing for those who want to be different.

[IMGCAP(1)] The French have always had a way of going about engineering that is rather different from what Americans are used to, and the line of Aerospatiale singles is no exception. They have gull-wing doors, unusual instrument panels, and ergonomics that are far superior to some of the competition. Perhaps their most important difference, though, is that they were first introduced in the U.S. at about the same time our factories were shutting down production. And unlike other product introductions (or reintroductions) such as the Tiger or the mid-80s Pipers, they managed to hang on through several lean years.

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The Trinidad is the top of the line of a small family (fo...

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