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Man tries to sell upside down plane


While we're not aviation or meteorological experts, it's probably safe to assume that once a plane has crashed after being dragged through a twister, it's no longer airworthy.

However, for daredevils who fancy taking a risk (and who own a pilot's licence), then this could be your lucky day.

A US man who crashed his plane when flying over Death Valley is trying to sell his upside down wreck for £10,000.

The seller, who calls himself Jim on Craigslist, explains how the accident happened in his 1968 Cessna 172 H model:

"It started out as a bad hair day, ya know kinda windy, got called out to plow, course here in DV (Death Valley) we plow gravel off the road, anyway must have had a twister come thru so I spent the afternoon flipping my plane."



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