After it's war service this aircraft flew with Tranocean Air Lines as NL68269 in 1947, then it was registered as N68629 Leeward Aeronautical in 1951 before it went to France in 1952 to 1975 as F-B... (more)
Very well surrounded, the lack of the nose turret allows us to see part of your remote control.
Standing among the other US made aircrafts in one of the hangers at the Duxford museum.
Resting peacefully amongst various over war fighting pals. :) [1600 pix]
Bathed in sunlight at the American Flight Museum.
Seena at Duxford.
Seen in the American Air Museum. Painted in false USAF marks as 231983 'Mary Alice. Actually ex 44-83735.