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1967 Cherokee Six


Although not clearly documented, back in 1978 the logbooks do indicate some damage occured involving a prop strike and damage to the engine mount, nose fork and belly skin.  Since that time, the engine and mount have been replaced and there is no sign of the damage whatsoever.

Additionally, back in 1971 the aircraft was placed on an experimental airworthiness certificate for some type of electronics testing.  It was moved back to a standard airworthiness certificate in 1973.  There are no indications of this other than two small wing skin patches on the outboard underside of each wing where some kind of pod was mounted.  95% of all the aircraft wiring was replaced in 2020 with the avionics and panel upgrade.