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A beautiful company photograph of N8680H showing just how colorful Riley Aircraft was when it came to painting the early Twin Navion conversions.
Photo courtesy of Riley Aircraft Co. via Gretchen Brauninger
N8680H, fresh from the Riley factory, features the original Piper cowlings and large nose baggage door as seen in these four Riley Aircraft promotional photos.
Photo courtesy of Riley Aircraft via Ken McTavish
N8680H passes overhead on approach to Dallas' Love Field, February 1953.
Photo courtesy of Mitch Maybourne via SkyWorld International
Obviously a comparison photo, this image ran in the September 1953 issue of Flight magazine. N8680H is still equipped with O-290 engines, but the paint scheme on the cowls and nacelles has changed, dating this photo to sometime between February 1953 and January 1954.
Photo courtesy of Flight magazine
Terry Gardner leaves from the Navioneer's 1967 National Convention.
Photo courtesy of Flying magazine
Terry Gardner and his family are seen taking their plane on vacation.
Photo courtesy of Terry Gardner via David Gardner
N8680H seen at Tampa North Aero Park, September 2006.
Photo courtesy of Paul Aranha via Airliners.net
A decrepit looking N8680H sits outside Lloyd Garner's home in June 2007. The exterior is in poor cosmetic shape, and the interior gutted and populated by 'creepy-crawlies'.
Photo courtesy of Alf Wong
After a thorough cleaning, N8680H looks a lot nicer than it did just a few months before.
Photo courtesy of Brad Neel