I'd be pure fucking amazed if it did. It has no connection to Marietta or to that plant. It is one of the most valuable and unique properties of the Smithsonian. Why would they send to some place with absolutely no connection to it?
Originally Posted by Vicinage
The closest relationship I can imagine: when I was in high school, in Albany Ga. , one of the major shitholes of the world now, one of my classmates was Clint Ferebee, son of Col. Tom Ferebee, an aircraft commander at Turner AFB. This is the Tom Ferebee who dropped the bomb on Hiroshima.
Im in Camarillo, Ca. We have a small museum at the airport. And its pretty stocked with old planes. Best part is there are several old planes hangered here and one is the old Constellation ("Connie") , dont know the tail number. They have alot of old planes touching down. This weekend was full of old panes. P-51s I think (two flying groups). Connie didnt get up that I saw. But the two diff groups of four and five large engine planes did some fly byes, in formation. Looking at 9 revamped planes go over head was like a free show. Nice lil history RE: the Connie. Lockheed Constellation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia JR
And your point is?
Originally Posted by JRouche
What ever happened to Bocks Car?
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Originally Posted by split tenth