How not to store a plane

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Lessee,
"Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Co." advertises that they have     "*EVERYTHING* for airplanes!"
Then up in the Seattle area, is "Boeing Surplus" --- absolutely *anything* is likely to turn up there.
Also true for DOD Surplus sales. The (former Strategic Air Command) facility outside Omaha was good for some _real_ eyebrow-raising stuff on occasion.
Or, in the spirit of the answer to "Who brought the first piano to America?" the authoritative answer is "from a plane box salesman." <grin>

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Geez Morris where else would you expect to park a plane.(G)
GJP
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After all this, how square is it now?

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CW wrote:

Well, it's square to the tolerances of my measuring tools (but probably not as square as it was when it came off the production line :-)
--
Morris Dovey
DeSoto, Iowa USA
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Well, if it is as square as you can measure with resonable quality tools, it's good enough for anything you could use it for.

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