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dvsunshine

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Can anyone identify these airliner parts by paint colors and construction? I found these at a metal recycling company near the Kingman airport in Kingman, Arizona. The yellow is definitely DHL and the purple looks like FedEx, and the white looks like possible CRJ, but not sure. I was thinking A-300, DC-10, and CRJ? Have there been some FedEx DC-10s and DHL A-300s scrapped in Kingman? I was looking for a list of airline planes that had been scrapped in Kingman but couldn't find one. DM

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Looks like a good start to an ART project. 
dvsunshine

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Maybe, but I really think we should be able to figure this out? Can't too big of a mystery, or is it?
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Looks similar to Southwest Airlines paint scheme if they all came from one plane, but Kingman Airline Services scraps many planes. Could be a Delta paint scheme and a DHL. They have scrapped some MD-80's, A-300s, L-1011s, DC-9s, B737s and probably a few EMBs and Regional Jets in the past 15 years. Need those part numbers to know for sure.
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