John Travolta helped Kansas City's Airline History Museum take off – but a con man almost took it down 

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At the DC-3, Charles explains that the fuselage arrived in Kansas City on the bed of a truck that set out from Roswell, New Mexico. The museum has one engine and hopes to buy another. In fact, not long ago, tour guides were telling visitors that the DC-3 might be ready to fly in a month or two.

"Now we don't ever say numbers," Charles says, "because things keep popping up."

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