Wheelchair-Bound Pilot Sells 1946 Plane at Garage Sale

Minnesota man and his wife got $20,000 for sale of two-seater airplane with hand controls.
0:41 | 08/21/13

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Parting with your prized possession is never fun but as -- love can attest getting 20000 dollars back. Can cushion the blow. It's surprising that there was this much interest in this and I this. -- -- -- -- -- And sell it he did -- 67 year old plane was the biggest most expensive item in his weekend garage sale. In 1946 -- bought it back in 19793. Years after a car accident that put him in a wheelchair for life. -- flies with hand controls but. Not such as he likes so along with his wife -- it posted a classified ad and began. Hearing some big bids the money will provide ammo for their other passion which is trap shooting.

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