Discussion in 'On Topic' started by TL1000RSquid, Apr 2, 2008.
dibs on an f14 and titan missile
DEMILITARIZATION TO BE ACCOMPLISHED BY COMPLETELY DESTROYING WITH HAMMERMILL OR SHREDDER. END RESULTS OF DEMILITARIZATION MUST BE EQUAL TO OR LESS THAN 4 BY 4 PIECES
They will be all up your ass with the F14's too.
so basically these are good for scrap metal?
That's all you can legally do with it.
That sucks actually.
The A4's look pretty complete, maybe you could sneak a few out inside a cut up C130.
I want a whole Herk. Except the ones going to the boneyard are all the ones with over 45,000 hours on them. Which means the wings are about done. The 45,000 hour rule came out after this:
IIRC that plane had around 55K but better safe than sorry.
you could actually make quite a bit of money off of that, even as small pieces.
you KNOW people would buy a 4"x4" piece of F14, just to say they own a piece of an F14. Or do up a plaque with a certificate stating what tail number and all that, with the piece screwed to it.
goes for other planes too.
I wants an A-4
I remember that.
I'd be in to sell, shread and sell for scrap since you would probably make all your money + costs back with aluminum selling for 2 bucks a pound and copper selling for 4+ dollars a pound.
http://www.courtesyaircraft.com/N6166 Lockheed Lodestar Spec.htm
1970 Victory Assembly of GOD Reg N6166 ( Jimmy & Tami Faye Baker)
1973 Mile High flyers
Why not just buy air-worthy fighter planes?
I wonder if that was some kind of swingers club?
Everyone in here can build an ar. How much different could an airplane be?
tab a into slot b
Yeah, so I'm taking the train from now on. Holy shit.
Judging by the last test I failed, it's apparently just slightly harder.
i wonder how much the scrap aluminum and titanium from a tomcat is worth...
i remember driving by that when i was working tucson, that is alot of planes