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45 minutes ago, acpartswhse said:

Have a two piece fiberglass belly for a porsche. Anyone know if it is same as other models?  

The PFM was the first long body. It should fit other long bodies but I have no idea if it’s the same.

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I thought the belly pans were one-piece. Mine is, but it's a short-body. Shouldn't be but about a foot's difference, maybe 18".

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6 hours ago, acpartswhse said:

Have a two piece fiberglass belly for a porsche. Anyone know if it is same as other models?  

The M model which came right after the Porsche (L) uses three pieces for the belly.

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That's convenient! My belly panel is over 6' long.

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21 hours ago, acpartswhse said:

One is 34 inche, other 54 inch long

Is there a small middle removable section that they attach to?

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sorry  i sent the fuselage to Australia and it is very possible there was one.  strangest thing. the fuselage was on a trailer going down I-40 by Oklahoma city and the faa inspectors from Dallas area pulled him over and tore the data plate off he side of it. Never heard of that before or since and been doing thirty 50 years

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1 hour ago, acpartswhse said:

sorry  i sent the fuselage to Australia and it is very possible there was one.  strangest thing. the fuselage was on a trailer going down I-40 by Oklahoma city and the faa inspectors from Dallas area pulled him over and tore the data plate off he side of it. Never heard of that before or since and been doing thirty 50 years

That's crazy - I didn't think they had jurisdiction over the highways to pull him over

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8 hours ago, acpartswhse said:

sorry  i sent the fuselage to Australia and it is very possible there was one.  strangest thing. the fuselage was on a trailer going down I-40 by Oklahoma city and the faa inspectors from Dallas area pulled him over and tore the data plate off he side of it. Never heard of that before or since and been doing thirty 50 years

There was a thread a year or so back talking about insurance companies pulling data plates. 

Theres a guy based at KLQK in Pickens, SC who had two Porsche Mooneys and is somehow connected to the museum and other Porsche Mooneys. I don’t have his contact info, but I’m sure a call to the shop on the field could find him. 

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