Corsair fuselage problem solved

If I was Julio, I would keep my cutting torch under lock and key. Actually, I would keep everything that cuts, or welds, or creates any kind of heat locked up and hidden if I was working with Chuck. He should have known right away that Chuck would never let anything happen to his precious fuselage. We’ll see if he can get himself a hangar soon or if he will try to go cheap as long as possible by using Roost-Air’s hangar …

PS: I really like how Chuck refers to the other planes as the “non-vintage aircraft”. It’s not the first time he’s done that.

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2 comments on “Corsair fuselage problem solved
  1. RG2Cents says:

    HA!! I notice that Chuck already got a piece of them doors! Julio has to really watch that feller!

  2. This guy says:

    If I were Julio I’d keep ALL of my tools under lock and key. I wouldn’t trust the spanner with a spanner if you catch my meaning 🙂

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