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    Default Free motor.. Must pay shipping or pick it up...

    http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/sh...-for-sale.html


    Mounting may be kind of tricky but i bet the hole shot in a jet with one of those would be unforgetable...






    "If an entire shuttle is beyond your budget, consider a main engine instead. NASA had hoped to charge up to $800,000 for these but lack of interest has forced it to slash the price. They are now available for free: a bargain in anybody's language. Just bear in mind that the buyer must pay for postage and packaging."




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    the ensueing fire would likely be extinguished by the sinking however
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    that should do it!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    that looks a whole lot like one of the bus stop exhibits at ksc...
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    A lot of inconel and titanium there.
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    400,000 lbs of thrust from a 7,000 lbs engine that's a pretty good power to weight ratio. Just need a huge fuel tank.

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