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Old February 25th 04, 02:40 AM
CaptAro
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Looking for props, engine cowlings and landing gear doors (nose and mains). If
anyone has and E2C lead please let me know. How can I access Davis Monthan for
parts or is there a centralized Navy refurbishment yard at one of the N.A.S.s?

Any help or lead will be appreciated.
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Old February 25th 04, 08:17 AM
Jay Beckman
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"CaptAro" wrote in message
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Looking for props, engine cowlings and landing gear doors (nose and

mains). If
anyone has and E2C lead please let me know. How can I access Davis

Monthan for
parts or is there a centralized Navy refurbishment yard at one of the

N.A.S.s?

Any help or lead will be appreciated.


I dunno if you can do business directly with AMARC at Davis Monthan AFB, but
most of the private salvage/breakers yards around DM have/had E2C airframes
lying about in various states of disassembly.

Try searching Aircraft Salvage Tucson Arizona.

Regards,

Jay Beckman
Chandler, AZ
Student Pilot
..9 Hrs ... Nowhere to go but up!


 




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