The boneyarded parts for the military’s fighter jets have been around for decades and some have been bought and sold.
But they are now on sale for a fraction of their original price.
The US Air Force’s B-2 bomber that has been on the market for 30 years is in the midst of a major overhaul, and the B-52 Stratofortress has just been scrapped.
But that doesn’t mean you can’t still make money off the parts.
The aircraft’s Boneyard is a special type of part that is made for aircraft that need to be maintained for extended periods of time.
It is a specially designed part that can be used to restore and maintain the aircraft.
It can be easily restored and reused.
There are two types of boneyds, but one is for aircraft built before 1960.
It’s called the Boneyd 5.
It has the same components as the original, but is made from more durable plastic.
Boneyd 2Boneyds are made from a mixture of hard plastic, plastic and composite material.
They’re the same as the B+2 but they’re made from lighter, lighter plastic.
The composite material is used for the wings and tail, but the wing itself is made of a polymer.
The B-3 Spirit bomber is one of the most important and most popular aircraft of all time.
But the bonyard is being retired.
It will be replaced by a lighter, cheaper, lighter, less expensive version of the B1B.
B-1B and B-1C planes were the only two B-series fighters to be flown in the US.
They were made for the Navy, Air Force and the Marines.
They had their own boneyd.
But it wasn’t until the mid-1990s that it was decided to buy all the B and B2 parts from the US military.