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A grandmother turned an abandoned Boeing 727 passenger jetliner into her three-bedroom dream home and named it after US president Donald Trump.

Ann Ussery's traffic controller brother-in-law Bob Farrow pushed her to grab the retired plane after her trailer was destroyed in an storm.

Her lakeside plot in Benoit, Mississippi, was nearby to the airport in Greenwood with aircraft salvage firms often parting out planes.

The 42 metre-long aircraft, which had run from May 1968 until September 1993, cost just $2,000 to shop for and an estimated $30,000 to line up and refurbish.

Hair stylist Jo Ann, then 52, had the plane positioned that the nose jutted out over the lake to grant the impression it had been on the wing, describing it because the "best zero in the world".

Nicknamed "Little Trump" after the now-president's $16m corporate jet, it had a shower and hot-tub within the cockpit, with Jo Ann acquiring in April 1995.

Heating, plumbing, and electrical elements were all installed by contractors, but the beautician handled the remainder of the transformation herself.

She fashioned three bedrooms, a lounge, kitchen and laundry room, while retaining the plane's original toilets and keeping the baggage compartments for storage, reports Airport Journals.


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