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06-17-13 11:56 AM
Magpie_Oz
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Originally Posted by scscofield View Post
WTF, why is all that shit still on the wreck.
Well YOU go and get it !
06-17-13 11:51 AM
Tawa
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Originally Posted by normtheunsavoury View Post
Nah, saw an interview on local news, all this is happening just a few miles away from where I live, and they said that they had no plans to restore the aircraft, just preserve it. They said there was not enough of the plane left for a restoration job although they are going to build a replica of the plane to be displayed in the same museum.

That was from the guy in charge of the project rather than a reporter who wasn't listening properly.
Aah, fair play

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Originally Posted by normtheunsavoury View Post
While people lifting a plane out of the sea is interesting I find THIS more of a concern.
Jesus fucking Christ!!!!
*runs away!*
06-17-13 11:48 AM
normtheunsavoury I don't know but its going to make one hell of a mess when it goes bang.
06-17-13 11:41 AM
scscofield WTF, why is all that shit still on the wreck.
06-17-13 11:23 AM
normtheunsavoury While people lifting a plane out of the sea is interesting I find THIS more of a concern.
06-17-13 03:27 AM
darkreever Hey look at that it is; and fuck me I can't even imagine what that one reporter was thinking when saying it would be restored.
06-17-13 03:18 AM
Magpie_Oz Anyone else notice that the aircraft is photo is actually on its back?
06-17-13 01:53 AM
emporershand89 Fair enough, but still it is cool, to see a piece of history there. I feel like Dirk Pitt in the NUMA file books by Clive Cussler. Always wanted to have that adventure, something less than bullets whipping past my head.
06-16-13 06:35 PM
normtheunsavoury
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Originally Posted by Tawa View Post
Not so sure
Nah, saw an interview on local news, all this is happening just a few miles away from where I live, and they said that they had no plans to restore the aircraft, just preserve it. They said there was not enough of the plane left for a restoration job although they are going to build a replica of the plane to be displayed in the same museum.

That was from the guy in charge of the project rather than a reporter who wasn't listening properly.
06-16-13 05:22 PM
Tawa
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Originally Posted by normtheunsavoury View Post
They're not actually planning on restoring it, just preserving what's left and then putting it on display.
Not so sure

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Once the plane is ashore, it will be soaked in a citric acid solution to stop corrosion, the first step in a restoration process expected to take two years.
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