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  • jasweden
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    Originally posted by el View Post
    I trust he doesn't use these memorabilia to lure underage kids into his garage.

    I do not believe so , nothing is mentioned about a green van.

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  • leon
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    That's pretty cool.

    my dad told me he had a retired military that recreated an entire tracker cockpit in his basement.

    leo

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  • el
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    That man would be worthy of a 2nd class ISGPOTM medal.

    I trust he doesn't use these memorabilia to lure underage kids into his garage.

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    Pan Am Artifacts in Man's Garage

    Excerpt:
    In One Man's Garage, Pan Am Still Makes the Going Great

    Fliers nostalgic for the golden era of air travel might want to book a trip to Anthony Toth's garage.

    Mr. Toth has built a precise replica of a first-class cabin from a Pan Am World Airways 747 in the garage of his two-bedroom condo in Redondo Beach, Calif. The setup includes almost everything fliers in the late 1970s and 1980s would have found onboard: pairs of red-and-blue reclining seats, original overhead luggage bins and a curved, red-carpeted staircase.

    Once comfortably ensconced, Mr. Toth's visitors can sip beverages from the long-defunct airline's glasses, served with Pan Am logo swizzle sticks and napkins, plus salted almonds sealed in Pan Am wrappers. They can even peel open a set of plastic-wrapped, vintage Pan Am headphones and listen to original in-flight audio recordings from the era, piped in through the armrests.
    Source: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1256...s_Most_Popular
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