|The DC-8 had excellent lines.|
Sad about it's demise after 20 years with Canadian Pacific Airlines/CP Air, though.
After the test, DC-8 no. N9604Z was delivered to Canadian Pacific Air Lines and was used by the carrier for almost two decades before being retired. But this piece of aviation history isn't hanging in a museum somewhere. After it was put out of service, Canadian Pacific sold DC-8 no. N9604Z for scrap. That's some pretty fast junk.
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