Used Aircraft Guide
February 2007 Issue
The rarest of birds a two-seat retractable taildragger the Swift is fun to fly and affordable. But buyers should make sure the logbook paperwork is in order before signing the check.
Once the would-be airplane buyer gets past the notion that owning an airplane is rarely a rational decision and all of us must reach that point he can then enter the darkened cave of deciding which airplane to buy. If practicality and utility arenít on the wish list, the choices narrow down to sport flyers, aerobats, warbirds and the ever alluring classics.
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