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Post  DrCox Thu May 16, 2019 4:51 pm

Not trying to nit-pik. Just was curious what the general consensus from the members here is considered "new" ?

The auction site states "condition is new." But does that mean, to the average buyer, that the condition of the new unassembled parts are also considered original to the plane?

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My understanding, with the closed nose PT-19, is that the firewall is usually the same color as the wing or blue as in this case. Maybe a factory mistake or something else?


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Post  Mark Boesen Thu May 16, 2019 11:07 pm

i'd say its correct, Cox wasn't as perfect we'd like to believe. I've seen worse screw ups.
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