It was the transport of a Texas titan, a Lone Star State star attorney who also headed many thriving businesses. True, Gulfstreams and such go-getters often go together—but with comic foils Big Head, Dinesh and Gilfoyle? Only in Hollywood. Such is the peculiar provenance of this particular Gulfstream GIII, a blue blood of business jets when it rolled off the Savannah, Georgia, production line in 1983. However, the bell tolls for men and machines alike, and over time the once-glorious ...

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