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old parts laying around?

Postby GlennAB1 » Tue Mar 04, 2008 1:35 am

Do you have any junk aircraft parts laying around the hangar that you'd be willing to donate so I can make some furniture? Any old lumber and a dull circular saw so I can burn the wood when cutting it too? I like the rustic look. Thanks in advance!
you still have to find a crew willing to fly this "barely airworthy" heap
no such thing as "barely airworthy" it's either Airworthy or Not
100% incorrect Ever hear of Ferry Permit? issued for Non airworthy aircraft

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Re: old parts laying around?

Postby Robert Hilton » Tue Mar 04, 2008 9:55 pm

I've only got small stuff left.
In flight refuelling probe
Refuelling coupling
Stick top (Hunter)
Compressor blades
Turbine blades
Radome (Tornado) but that is cut into sections as a series of flowerbeds.
A few other bits but nothing special.

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Re: old parts laying around

Postby Not_Karl » Fri Mar 04, 2016 6:54 am

The best place I have find is eBay. I have purchased lets of parts for a great deal. Thanks for the find.
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