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Sanford Barkly, e-mail, 25.01.2023 10:41

Your Site Needs Fixing


clark moody, e-mail, 05.12.2020 06:19

leo: "you're spelling....." "you're interpretation" ????


Stroup, e-mail, 08.11.2011 02:22

Where is the turboprop Meridian?


leo rudnicki, e-mail, 13.05.2009 20:56

Charles, you're spelling of incorret is incorrect as is you're interpretation of given facts. The picture is a Malibu PA-46-310P and data block is PA-46-350P. The text explains the difference. What are you putting in your tea?


charles, e-mail, 13.05.2009 19:27

The information provided here is incorret. The picture is a Malibu 1983, but the spec you have given is for a Malibu Mirage circa 1988. Please research your facts before posting misleading information




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