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On final approach to runway 12. Something seemed strange to me on this freighter. It seems like any damage in the fuselage. (like a huge dent). Did anyone think like me? (I'm probably just imagining...) Former OO-DLJ in new German registration.

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Posted by kdavidson5 on June 03, 2010

Wow. Is that a huge dent we can see?

Posted by Parker on June 03, 2010

It looks like a huge dent on the side but I think its just a shaddow

Posted by Martin Lidzba on June 03, 2010

There's nothing wrong with the fuselage, just take a look at other photos of this plane. This is just dirt or something like that.

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