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    Need Advice

    I joined this forum in hope of finding some information on how I can help my mother liquidate the inventory
    of my Step Fathers FAA Repair station that is no longer in business due to health issues.

    I've got a couple of MD-80 Cargo doors that I'm positive have proper 8130's along with various smaller parts
    such as fuel doors, caps, filters, aircraft grade metals, rivets, etc.

    As to not step on any toes within this forum, I'm merely looking for guidance in what my options are. I told my
    mother that I would try, so here I am.

    Thanks for any help given.

    Craig

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    Re: Need Advice

    Hi,

    Hopefully, someone in here has contacts in the industry. In the meantime, you could contact aircraft boneyards. www.oncealoft.com could be a good start perhaps. Nick is a great guy, but I cannot speak on his behalf of course.

    Good luck!

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    Re: Need Advice

    Anyone else have any ideas? I could really use the help.

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    Re: Need Advice

    Craig,

    Trade-A-Plane has been around for years and years serving the aviation community. It was the advertising rag you looked in if you needed a plane or a part. These days it has a web presence at http://www.trade-a-plane.com/

    Since you're working with flight rated parts I think you'd have your best chance of connecting with suitable buyers there. Even so, I wouldn't ignore Ebay either.

    Best of luck,