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Old 05-19-2009, 09:18 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by crispyboy View Post
I will have to check my manual but I believe my 1981 Excella II is a narrow body. From pictures it is very similar to the Argosy Minuet line but has more windows, cabinetry and slightly different floorplan.
Have you had a chance to look in your handbook? I found an anomaly in the weights given for 81 excella II's and "excella II's and Internationals" in that the latter category had MUCH the same weights as the Caravelles. That would definitely suggest that at least part of the 81 production was also "narrow body"



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