Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee      N6059W      (c/n  28-20071)


                                   Developed originally in 1960 as a kind of "poor man's Comanche", the Cherokee expanded into a
                                   bewildering display of different models over the years.    The first of its type was the PA-28-150 four
                                   seat training/tourer aircraft powered by a 150 hp Lycomiung (now AVCO) O-320 engine.  In 1963
                                   a two seat model was introduced with the O-320-A2B flat four engine, an example of which is seen
                                   above at Van Nuys in 1964.