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Piper Arrow Cherokee Depression and Its Cure
|Piper PA-28-236||Piper PA-28 Cherokee is a light airplane built by Piper Aircraft. They are unpressurized,
four-seat, single-engine piston-powered airplanes with low-mounted wings and tricycle landing gear with a single door on the
co-pilot side which you enter by stepping on the wing.
Current Models are the Arrow, Archer III, and Warrior III. They have engines ranging from 140 to 300 horsepower.
Older Models include the PA-28-235 with 235 horsepower and a longer wing.
PA-28-140 Cherokee 140. Designed for training with initially only two seats.
PA-32 Piper Cherokee Six can carry five passengers plus the pilot.
PA-28R-180 and PA-28R-200 Arrow. Constant speed propeller and retractable landing gear
The PA-28-161 Warrior II
PA-28-140 Cherokee Cruiser 2+2. Four seat version. Renamed Cherokee Challenger in 1973. Mainly a four-seat version. Later renamed Archer and Charger.
PA-28-151 Cherokee Warrior. Has a Archer's body and a new tapered wing.
PA-28-236 Dakota. Pathfinder model with the new tapered wing.
PA-28-201T Turbo Dakota. Didn't sell well and discontinued in 1980.
PA-28-161 Cherokee Warrior II or III. Training aircraft with a glass cockpit.
New Piper Aircraft. After the original Piper Aircraft company declared bankruptcy in 1991the New Piper Aircraft company was created. They currently produce three PA-28 Cherokee variants: Warrior III (PA-28-161), (134 kW) Archer III (PA-28-181), (149 kW) retractable Arrow (PA-28R-200).
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