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Old 04-02-2013, 06:47 PM   #2651
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Shipwrecks of the Great Lakes

In the story I read there's supposedly still junk Chryslers in the ship......
And all over the US highways, streets, parking lots, etc. Some are still running, but not many.
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Old 04-02-2013, 06:48 PM   #2652
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And all over the US highways, streets, parking lots, etc. Some are still running, but not many.
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Kinda figured that would rub salt in some wounds. No offense, just couldn't resist.
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Most corporate aircraft that engine nicelles on the fuselage, like say a Gulfstream, Leer etc; can have there numbers on the engine covers on both sides..European aircraft do not have numbers, but letters...same locations..Military acft. have there numbers always on the tail...70-353, would describe the aircraft as being built in 57, the second set of numbers are the manufacturers build number for that aircraft...
Generally agree - the full military tail number is on the tail, but a shorter set of numbers are on both front sides ( the above number on the nose would be 0353). Please realize that the military has their own rules and I am not that familiar with them, but having been around military aircraft and reading certain material, I have a basic knowledge of what their rules are.

If anyone is interested in the location and composition of the rules governing the Nationality and Regisation marks on U.S. civil aircraft Goggle 14 CFR 45.25 and 14 CFR 47.15 ( b ) for more information. These are just two of the many rules governing this subject, but may provide additional background information.

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Generally agree - the full military tail number is on the tail, but a shorter set of numbers are on both front sides ( the above number on the nose would be 0353). Please realize that the military has their own rules and I am not that familiar with them, but having been around military aircraft and reading certain material, I have a basic knowledge of what their rules are.

If anyone is interested in the location and composition of the rules governing the Nationality and Regisation marks on U.S. civil aircraft Goggle 14 CFR 45.25 and 14 CFR 47.15 ( b ) for more information. These are just two of the many rules governing this subject, but may provide additional background information.

I realize this is a forum that generally speaks to and is about RVing and if anyone would like more information just PM me and I will be glad to talk to you.
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The one ummmm bar i "heard".... has photos and a story on the wall near the restroom.......
It's phunny you got a history lesson at Zik's and you remembered it. Did Ken give you an A+ on your exam?
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It's phunny you got a history lesson at Zik's and you remembered it. Did Ken give you an A+ on your exam?
I remember walking in reading article....
Fast forward 8 hours I woke up in the hotel.
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