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P-59A, February 9, 2019 in MILITARY AIRCRAFT & AVIATION
a pile of stuff
P-80 nose sections, not T-33
Deep rows of stuff
another deep row
this is another row
This place has sooo much stuff!!!!
Whoo thats a nice place to visit!
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You should have enough material to build your own plane. A storage nightmare!
Love it! So do they price their stuff to sell to governments, or could you make them an offer on some of the seats you pictured, or just how do they do business there? Always have been curious about those places after having driven past the rows of scrapyards outside the AMARC facilty at D-M AFB.
This place came to be in the 50's. The owners dad bought this stuff back in the day and sold stuff to the public. The dad passed away and the son makes custom hydraulic lines. This stuff is just sitting around. Lots of 50'-60's stuff. The son is willing to sell bulk just to clear room at good prices. The times I have been there not one customer ventured around looking. They came for hydraulic lines. It's a honey hole, one needs to bring a list of prefix numbers to know what you are looking at. The son has no idea of what he has.
any contact info or are you the POC? the F4E nose gun fairing would be a cool item...in post #4
Where is this?
This is the place I bought all the B-8 grips from.
Woah, would love to visit there
How are they stocked for WW2 instruments? I've got a P-47 panel I'm looking to finish. Can you post or PM contact information? Thanks!Jon
In memory of 1LT Julius C. Goldman, XO of F/330th, 83rd Infantry Division 1944-45.
Looking for P-47 and Tactical Reconnaissance Unit photographs and any items associated with WWII Jewish fighter pilots.
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