Pa. state police selling airplanes
By Kathleen Brady Shea
The Philadelphia Inquirer
PHILADELPHIA — The Pennsylvania State Police has a deal it hopes you won't pass up: buying aircraft described on the state police Web site as having "a unique and exciting history."
Yesterday, the department announced the sale of five Cessna 182, single-engine, propeller airplanes. "Maintained to the highest standards," the planes range in price from $188,000 for a 2000 model to $86,000 for a 1981 offering, state police said.
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