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DaveTrojan

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I recently visited/photographed a BT-13 wreck at the Planes of Fame Museum Valle AZ. No one there knew where it came from, but it is slated to be restored someday. It was neat to see the inside parts of the BT-13 with the outer skin panels removed.
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Hey thanks Dave, that one shot of the exposed frame really helps! I have a BT 13 that many of us have searched for over the years and recently we found what we thought might be a piece of that framework..

Now if I can just get a piece dug up before the rains cover it all again!

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Goldy,
I have more photos if you need them , just send me a private email.
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