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"The summary of the foregoing repairs were for the correction of damage to the fuselage nose section, fuselage deck section forward of the windshield frame and the
windshield frame and cabin canopy, which was caused when the aircraft was capsized by a storm. At that time the aircraft was in the process of receiving a complete
major overhaul of the airframe and the installation of new type engines and was in a partially dismantled state, the complete empenage, all control surfaces, flaps
and engines having been removed."
Looking odd, with its combination Riley and Camair features, N101N is the only hybrid Twin Navion.
Photo courtesy of AOPA magazine
Notice the change in engines, from the 1982 photo above with its original 150 hp carburetor intakes on the bottom cowl to the bulged D-16A cowls for the 170 hp O-340-A1As.
Photo courtesy of unknown
Seen on the ramp at Sun-and-Fun, 1991.
Photo courtesy of George Trussel via Air Britain