Aviation Photo #0937111 Douglas DC-8-54(F) - Transportes Charter do Brasil

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    André Minatowicz
    Transportes Charter do Brasil
    Douglas DC-8-54(F)
    Douglas DC-8 (Jet Trader/C-24)
    Douglas DC-8 (Jet Trader/C-24)
    Douglas
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    Sao Paulo - Guarulhos International / Governador Andre Franco Montoro (Cumbica)
    Brazil
    September 24, 2005
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Comments (38)

Anonymous
11 years ago
Is this a DC-8 Cabrio or a special version of 8F for containers?
Anonymous
11 years ago
The new experimental Brazilian AF stealth aircraft. Still there's some work to do :)
Anonymous
11 years ago
The first ever pickup version of this classic :D By the way, what is the interest to keep up this kind of frame ?
Anonymous
11 years ago
Looks nice, lol
Anonymous
11 years ago
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.
Anonymous
11 years ago
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.
Anonymous
11 years ago
DC-8 Convertible!!!!nice aircraft!!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Unique.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Ah, the rare DC-8 Flatbed great for oversize loads!
Anonymous
11 years ago
This is the first cabriolet-version of a aircarf I've ever seen.
Best regards, Jack de Rooij, the Netherlands
Anonymous
11 years ago
That'swhat I Call a Real Top Less!
Anonymous
11 years ago
It makes you wonder...Why didn't they dismantle it all?
Say - Maybe the cockpit is intact. It would make a perfect simulator framework
Anonymous
11 years ago
I would put a diving pool on it. I bet it could still fly !!
Anonymous
11 years ago
This is what happens when all the passengers are served chilli-cheese bean burritos :P Interesting picture, thanks for sharing :-)
Anonymous
11 years ago
"Come one, come all, enjoy open air flight on our new DC-8"
Anonymous
11 years ago
Wow a flatbed DC8- don't see those every day!! :-) -Kuhndogg
Anonymous
11 years ago
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.
Anonymous
11 years ago
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!
Anonymous
11 years ago
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)
Anonymous
11 years ago
I was led to this plane with the suggestion that the A350 also came in a secret 'cabrio' version... :)
Anonymous
11 years ago
Nice convertible!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Beautiful aircraft. *Just* need some washing...!!!! :P
Anonymous
11 years ago
What happened? :)
Anonymous
11 years ago
Great work of the ants probably they did it cogratulations Andre
Anonymous
11 years ago
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.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Reminds me of the Aloha 737-200 . . . ugh. Otherwise, interesting photo!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Good to be a boat
Anonymous
11 years ago
Nice convertable. Hope it doesnt mess up my hair
Anonymous
11 years ago
Something's missing?
Anonymous
11 years ago
Hmmmm... It's missing somthing, but I just can't put my finger on it... ;)
Cheers
-MR
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great Paint Job!!
Anonymous
8 years ago
This DC-8 is prepared to transport oversize cargo.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Looks like some parts of the plane are invisible!
Anonymous
8 years ago
This is probably a training plane for firefighters...
Anonymous
8 years ago
One word fantastic!
Anonymous
6 years ago
This is what a fuel efficent non-purpose airplane looks like
Anonymous
5 years ago
A convertible?!?
Anonymous
4 years ago
This is what happens when you park in the wrong neighborhood...remember "Lord of War?"

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