At some point in the mid eighties the team unloaded a British Aerospace lorry that had delivered the famous Skyhook Harrier to Brooklands.
The Museum then realised they had no way to install the engine, and so Milly was also asked to do that as well.  The webmaster has a vivid
memory of Alan Poet laying inside the fuselage between the wing stubs steering the engine, as it was slowly lowered on top of him! In the end
he had to exit through the air intake, to everyone's great amusement.