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A visitor from Sweden posted Fri March 4, 2011:
Okay, i've heard of the "flying boats" but not "flying houses"

A visitor from United States posted Fri January 1, 2010:
Two options: break the frame or break the wings

A visitor from Germany posted Thu August 20, 2009:
Brilliant construction! The first lower frames on the left (those in front of the wings on the lower side) are folded down to the outside. Deal done - you can pull the little beast out and in again, you upfold the frames, and have a beer. Genious construction!

A visitor from United States posted Sat September 1, 2007:
Actually THAT is pretty crafty, if you look at it closely

A visitor from United States posted Sat January 20, 2007:
Brilliant! The plane freely goes in and out. The front uprights appear to be hinged at the top. The diagonal and the second lower vertical pieces come up. The garage in front of the wing cantilevers to allow the plane in and out, then the structure is replaced to create a more sound, snow-load capable, building at the time of year the plane doesn't fly. Genius.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed December 13, 2006:
And just when you thought the Swedish couldn'tget any dumber.... :-) Greetings from Norway

A visitor from - posted Sun October 22, 2006:
Mabye it's retiring

A visitor from United States posted Mon September 4, 2006:
Haha love the plane only one thing how is the ugy going to get the plane out of there???

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 1, 2006:
Maybe it is part of the new Homeland Security, it's Plane Jail. I bet the pilot will pay attention to airspace rules in the future. Maybe his wife built it.

A visitor from Morocco posted Thu August 24, 2006:
That's very laughiiiing!!!

A visitor from Finland posted Wed August 16, 2006:
Assuming there is a way to get the plane out, this is still a clever solution that has no problem. A bigger shelter protects the wings and doesn't cost much more for someone that can afford a plane.

A visitor from United States posted Thu August 10, 2006:
Does this guy fly the way he builds?

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue August 8, 2006:
Mmm. Anti-theft device maybe? :)

A visitor from Sweden posted Tue August 8, 2006:
Well done :).

A visitor from Germany posted Tue August 8, 2006:
Looks like he is done paying taxes on his Aircraft registration.

A visitor from Australia posted Tue August 8, 2006:
Just goes to show that some people are just PLANE DUMB!

A visitor from United States posted Tue August 8, 2006:
Toyota Scion's first plane...to rival the hondajet. This is just the skeleton of it though.

A visitor from United States posted Tue August 8, 2006:
Reminds me of building a boat in a basement.

A visitor from United States posted Tue August 8, 2006:
There has to be a few panels that come loose.

A visitor from United States posted Tue August 8, 2006:
What were they thinking??? Is there some other way to get it out?

A visitor from United States posted Tue August 8, 2006:
Only a few structural design flaws… nice photo anyways! Cheers! -ceti

A visitor from United States posted Mon August 7, 2006:
This is definitely a serious thinking problem.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon August 7, 2006:
That is too funny!

A visitor from France posted Mon August 7, 2006:
Someone can tell us the way to let the aircraft go on ??? I cannot see any parts wich can move to "open" this "building".

A visitor from United States posted Mon August 7, 2006:
Must be a good reason. What's the answer?

A visitor from Austria posted Mon August 7, 2006:
Note the frames in front of the wings. It can be opened. Yes, it was that smart. Nice and FUNNY picture.

A visitor from Czech Republic posted Mon August 7, 2006:
Something is obviously wrong. But I`m not sure. Maybe the garage will fly as well.

A visitor from United States posted Mon August 7, 2006:
Look closely at the sections ahead of the wings; they are not attached to the rest of the frame (check the bolts on the left side, and clasps are visible on the right side) - these sections must fold down or pull out somehow. But it looks like the front pillars are fixed, so you may have to wiggle the aircraft left and right to extract it.

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