North American Navion

With P-51 Mustang DNA, the Navion has crisp handling and plenty of ramp appeal. You'll pay big for quality restorations.

Let’s clear up any misconceptions. While the North American Navion (pronounced “navy-on”) came from the same company that built the P-51, it’s no Mustang. It doesn’t have a roaring Merlin engine, doesn’t come close to hauling along at 400-plus MPH and won’t be valued north of one million bucks. The Navion is a well-built utility […]
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