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Thread: Looking for a Pacer (N8926C)

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    Default Looking for a Pacer (N8926C)

    Hi Short Wing Pipers:

    My father restored a tri-pacer in the 1970's (N-8926C). I was able to easily track it to the last registered owner in Michigan who sold it to a new owner in California. The new owner has not registered the plane.

    I'm hoping that the current owner stumbles across this post and is willing to post a picture.

    Thanks in advance,
    OhPacer

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    Default Re: Looking for a Pacer (N8926C)

    Ever think about ordering up the FAA records? AOPA has a great, quick service. Should have the most recent bill of sale.

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    Thanks so much for the lead, cfmason. Any chance you have a direct link? Not a pilot, nor very familiar with the AOPA website. Thanks again!

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    Default Re: Looking for a Pacer (N8926C)

    Hi,

    Not very often the Feds have a less expensive anything. but maybe....

    https://www.faa.gov/licenses_certifi...craft_records/

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    Default Re: Looking for a Pacer (N8926C)

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    Hi,

    Not very often the Feds have a less expensive anything. but maybe....

    https://www.faa.gov/licenses_certifi...craft_records/
    Yep, $10, I use it all the time. You can order them at Sun & Fun and Oshkosh for free.

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    Default Re: Looking for a Pacer (N8926C)

    For official use, designees have direct access to the data base at $3.50 per N#. Unfortunately we can’t do it for other than “official” purposes.


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