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|Quoting MD80Nut (Reply 2):|
After Key Air it was scrapped in Mississippi, I believe. Airliners magazine had an article on it a few years ago and they said it had been scrapped in the early 90s and they even showed pictures of the plane in the process of being scrapped. I have the issue somewhere in my house.
|Quoting Skyguy (Reply 10):|
Why would anyone want to keep it in a museum? What on earth would people want to come and see it for? That a thief jumped out of it?
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