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Possible wreckage from P-38L 44-26538 crash site in Mangarin village
Dick Kustra adds: "Measurements of the tubular frame part we got from our eye witness. The square frame of the part is 26" by 30". The legs (those parts sticking up from this frame) are 20" on the end that is not damaged and 18 inches long for the two legs that have been sheared off. The diagonal bar extending from the top of the complete legs to the base of the sheared legs is 39 inches long. The diagonal bars in the inner part of the rectangular frame are 31.5 inches long. We are still trying to ascertain if the part we recovered is a P-38 part."
Credit: Dick Kustra  Date: 2001

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