A new way to collect your airplane parts from salvage parts

Updated May 03, 2018 06:19:48After years of searching for parts to build a new plane, a small but dedicated group of enthusiasts in the United States has finally managed to locate and collect parts that they hope will help restore their dream.

After years searching for airplanes parts, this group of hobbyists has finally been able to locate parts that will help them build their dream airplane.

The plane they want to build, a $20 million plane called the X-47B.

The X-470 was the first plane to fly after the X, a Boeing 747, was launched in 1959.

The first airplane was powered by a single Pratt & Wright turbojet engine.

The team has been working on a new X-45B airplane for years, but now it has finally found parts for the first time.

The team says it has a list of over 1,000 parts that it hopes to collect.

But the team is hoping to collect them from people in the USA.

The X-465 was the last plane to be powered by turbojet engines, but it was also the first airplane to fly under the new regulations that the FAA adopted in 2018, requiring turbojet aircraft to have an engine with a power of at least 1,200 horsepower.

This meant that a turbojet plane could fly at speeds up to Mach 5.3.

The group is hoping that the parts they are collecting will help people build the plane, but they are also looking to get parts from people who are in the US.

The members of the group say they are looking for parts that are not currently in the public domain, but the group has said it wants to collect parts from the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.

The list of parts will be public on the X47B website.