Getting the shuttle to LAX to begin the cross-town jouney also was no easy feat.
Getting the shuttle to LAX to begin the cross-town jouney also was no easy feat.

AVweb's Refurbished Airplane of the Month »

New airplanes sales may be a little soft, but we're seeing plenty of refurb work -- everything from new panels to fresh paint to full-up interiors. We would like to feature some of these airplanes in the pages of AVweb and spotlight the owners and shops doing the work. If you have photos of your restored aircraft -- single, twin or turbine -- send them along to us, and if we select your airplane as refurb of the month, we'll contact you for more information. More

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