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More: Transportes Charter Do Brasil
More: Douglas DC-8-54(F)
More: Sao Paulo - Guarulhos International (Cumbica) (GRU / SBGR)
More: Brazil, September 24, 2005
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More: André Minatowicz
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A visitor from - posted Tue July 31, 2012:
This is what happens when you park in the wrong neighborhood...remember "Lord of War?"

A visitor from Germany posted Fri April 27, 2012:
A convertible?!?

A visitor from Sweden posted Wed February 2, 2011:
This is what a fuel efficent non-purpose airplane looks like

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sun April 26, 2009:
One word fantastic!

A visitor from Canada posted Tue August 26, 2008:
This is probably a training plane for firefighters...

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri August 22, 2008:
Looks like some parts of the plane are invisible!

A visitor from Brazil posted Tue July 15, 2008:
This DC-8 is prepared to transport oversize cargo.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat December 30, 2006:
Great Paint Job!!

A visitor from United States posted Tue June 20, 2006:
Hmmmm... It's missing somthing, but I just can't put my finger on it... ;)
Cheers
-MR

A visitor from Switzerland posted Mon May 15, 2006:
Something's missing?

A visitor from Canada posted Thu March 9, 2006:
Nice convertable. Hope it doesnt mess up my hair

A visitor from Hong Kong posted Thu February 23, 2006:
Good to be a boat

A visitor from United States posted Tue January 10, 2006:
Reminds me of the Aloha 737-200 . . . ugh. Otherwise, interesting photo!

A visitor from Mexico posted Fri November 4, 2005:
Did somebody saw Spliberg's A.I.? This picture reminds me that baby sitter robot (she only had a face, no the back part) who was finally destroyed in a "meat fair". Could be a kind of coincidence but this old baby is about to be completely destroyed and she´s only wearing a face.

A visitor from Mexico posted Tue November 1, 2005:
Great work of the ants probably they did it cogratulations Andre

A visitor from Poland posted Sun October 30, 2005:
What happened? :)

A visitor from Brazil posted Sun October 16, 2005:
Beautiful aircraft. *Just* need some washing...!!!! :P

A visitor from United States posted Sat October 15, 2005:
Nice convertible!

A visitor from Netherlands posted Tue October 11, 2005:
I was led to this plane with the suggestion that the A350 also came in a secret 'cabrio' version... :)

A visitor from United States posted Mon October 10, 2005:
Is this a new secret stealth technology - an attempt to make the aircraft invisible? Some debugging needed to hide remaining parts but overall impressive results! ;o)

A visitor from United States posted Mon October 10, 2005:
A haunting, wonderful shot, reminds the viewer that time never stands still for technology, or ourselves...hard not to wish the pace of change weren't as fast sometimes...great work!

A visitor from Hungary posted Mon October 10, 2005:
Itˇs an interesting photo from the past time but today is not uncharacteristic for Brazilia. I have seen this old plane in GRU on this summer but it I don´t think that´s a wrong advertisement of Brazil. Brazil have a lot of excellent airlines with brand new planes and a lot of good airports.

A visitor from United States posted Sun October 9, 2005:
Wow a flatbed DC8- don't see those every day!! :-) -Kuhndogg

A visitor from Germany posted Sun October 9, 2005:
"Come one, come all, enjoy open air flight on our new DC-8"

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun October 9, 2005:
This is what happens when all the passengers are served chilli-cheese bean burritos :P Interesting picture, thanks for sharing :-)

A visitor from United States posted Sun October 9, 2005:
I would put a diving pool on it. I bet it could still fly !!

A visitor from Sweden posted Sun October 9, 2005:
It makes you wonder...Why didn't they dismantle it all?
Say - Maybe the cockpit is intact. It would make a perfect simulator framework

A visitor from Spain posted Sun October 9, 2005:
That'swhat I Call a Real Top Less!

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sun October 9, 2005:
This is the first cabriolet-version of a aircarf I've ever seen.
Best regards, Jack de Rooij, the Netherlands

A visitor from Australia posted Sun October 9, 2005:
Ah, the rare DC-8 Flatbed great for oversize loads!

A visitor from United States posted Sun October 9, 2005:
Unique.

A visitor from France posted Sun October 9, 2005:
DC-8 Convertible!!!!nice aircraft!!!

A visitor from Greece posted Sun October 9, 2005:
If some day cabrio jets exist, would look something like this one...
Every trip I made, I look at it, parked there for more that 1 year...beside Varig`s terminal D of Guarulhos Airport Internacional.

A visitor from United States posted Sun October 9, 2005:
Awful! Just awful! This picture shows how tragic a purpousful death of this beautiful aircraft (or any aircraft)is. I'm giving this five stars because of the emotional impact of this image.

A visitor from Austria posted Sun October 9, 2005:
Looks nice, lol

A visitor from France posted Sun October 9, 2005:
The first ever pickup version of this classic :D By the way, what is the interest to keep up this kind of frame ?

A visitor from United States posted Sun October 9, 2005:
The new experimental Brazilian AF stealth aircraft. Still there's some work to do :)

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sun October 9, 2005:
Is this a DC-8 Cabrio or a special version of 8F for containers?

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