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With the aid of a 3000kg hoist, the Orenda 14 engine slowly slides out of the forward fuselage section.
The intake as viewed from the rear. Note the two round white holes on the floor - that's where the gear retracts. The black cylinder visible at the top is for air conditioning.
The burner cans tend to catch the eye quickly.
Left side of the engine. The black cylindrical oil filter is plainly visible.
The oil reservoir tucked neatly into the right side of the fuselage, as viewed from the inside.
Sad and gaping, the rear section sits empty.