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Salvage J2 for bid at AIG

Roger Peterson

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Put in a bid on the J3 and haven't heard a thing yet.
The J2 looks like it is really hurt.
 
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Richgj3

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According to the NTSB report (Google the N #) it ran out of gas. What a shame. :'(

Rich G
 

57SCub

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The engine must still be in the hole. It looks like it was a lawn dart. I hope nobody was hurt bad.
John
 

samsam

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So you bid just for the data plate and rebuild right around it? ??? ???
 

j3cub

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iflyaj3

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I agree Will...I hope she ends up with someone who will restore her to fly once again. Unfortunately, it looks like it'll cost nearly as much as a flyable J-2 just to accomplish that...great project for someone who likes to restore as much as fly! Am I correct that the J-2 has a complete wood wing? While J-3's have their own coolness, a J-2 is in another league! I seem to enjoy the basics! Mike P.
 

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