A replica of Air Force One made its way to the South Florida Fairgrounds Wednesday.
It wasn't flown, but driven.
the 65 foot by 12 foot fuselage was transported on a truck and will be part of the fair's Washington, DC-themed Expo Hall.
The aircraft on display is a copy of the Boeing 707 used for nearly three decades beginning with President John Kennedy and ending with President Ronald Reagan.
Besides checking out Air Force One, fair visitors can view exhibits of first lady gowns and sit in the president's chair while being photographed at the president's desk.
The exhibit runs from January 18 until February 3 at the South Florida Fairgrounds.
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