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Hard to find any real info about this airframe. I do know that it's owned by the Planes of Fame Hangar 180 in Chino CA. It's a modified T-6/SNJ airframe to look like a P-64.

https://www.facebook.com/hangar180museum/photos/pcb.2012154375516207/2012152868849691/?type=3&theater

There is only one real P-64 in the States, and it was flown by Paul Poberezny for many years at the EAA Convention air shows and is now in their museum.

Written on 22/09/2018 by jim gevay

dhorne-try typing F2TH in the aircraft type field for Falcon 2000. Nice picture!

Written on 22/09/2018 by Dave Sheehy

Awesome picture. i love water reflections

Written on 22/09/2018 by Michael Schlesinger

What am I missing here? The angle of attack certainly "looks" like this bird is taking off, departing - however, the flap setting would suggest she is landing?

Written on 22/09/2018 by Viv Pike

N7835C, TBM-3E Avenger, 7154

Written on 22/09/2018 by Greg Byington

N7835C, TBM-3E Avenger, 7154

Written on 22/09/2018 by Greg Byington

N7835C, TBM-3E Avenger, 7154

Written on 22/09/2018 by Greg Byington

Ironic that it should have "Draken" emblazoned on its flanks. Doesn't look like any Saab I know! :)

Written on 22/09/2018 by Alan Hume

Right, I know! But if I were sitting in the nose of a B-25, especially when the bird is on final approach, about 300 yds from the end of the runway, I don't think I would be looking at my cell phone! That's actually the main reason for posting this pic. Thanks, William!

Written on 22/09/2018 by Greg Byington

Thanks!

Written on 22/09/2018 by Greg Byington

A beauty. Looks like LAX.

Written on 22/09/2018 by Janusz Barbasiewicz

I wouldn't like to get bit by this vampire!

Written on 22/09/2018 by William Camp

Wow what a lovely composition and plane!

Written on 22/09/2018 by William Camp

No Cessna but a great shot of what gliders do best!

Written on 22/09/2018 by William Camp

During my dad's service in the Army Air Corps in the early 1940's he was stationed in Guatemala City, flying all over Central America as crew chief for the Air Attache in a Goose. One day, taking off from a bay, they had just gotten up on the step when one of the wingtip floats hit something very solid in the water; the plane yawed a bit, but they got airborne. Turning to see what it was, they saw a large sea turtle with its head sticking up out of the water, looking around as if wondering, "What was THAT?" He really enjoyed that plane and all the great places it took him and the colonel.

Written on 22/09/2018 by dlabate

I think even if I gain weight this thing could lift me!

Written on 22/09/2018 by William Camp

So green and good looking all at the same time! - Awesome!

Written on 22/09/2018 by William Camp

Ok - you have got to keep the magic markers away from the linesmen!

Written on 22/09/2018 by William Camp

These Ag planes used to haul me up in gliders - POWERFUL!

Written on 22/09/2018 by William Camp

Best view in the house!

Written on 22/09/2018 by William Camp

Tried to wrangle a ride a couple of times but never successful. Beautiful!

Written on 22/09/2018 by William Camp

Understated but elegant for a big bird

Written on 21/09/2018 by William Camp

No wonder it got a '+' sign on it - it's PERFECT!

Written on 21/09/2018 by William Camp

Perfect Paint Scheme - gotta find some weed-free asphalt though!

Written on 21/09/2018 by William Camp

Very nice!

Written on 21/09/2018 by William Camp

Looks much smaller than a C-119. I worked on a few back around 1980 for Hawkins & Powers in Grey Bull, WY.

Written on 21/09/2018 by N Ostermann

Looks like he's high on gettin' goosed!

Written on 21/09/2018 by Linda Nitzschke

>>Kobe Hunte thanks! 

Written on 21/09/2018 by Dojalana

Great shot with Mt. Baker in the background. Had the good fortune to climb it last year.

Written on 21/09/2018 by Steve McCarthy

The information stenciled on the aircraft indicates the following:

N19086, US Army P-64NA, Serial No. 41-19086, USAAC Cont. No. 68-3061


From Joe Baugher it lists it as:

North American P-64, 41-19086 (MSN 68-3062) w/o 19 Nov 1941 at Luke AAF, AZ


I can't find it in the FAA Registry with any of the information I've seen. So, there is a slight discrepancy between what is on the aircraft and Joe Baugher's info. But it is a good looking airplane and pretty rare. I'm very happy that I got to see it, on the ground and in the air. Here is more from Wikipedia:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_American_P-64

Written on 21/09/2018 by Greg Byington

The information stenciled on the aircraft indicates the following:

N19086, US Army P-64NA, Serial No. 41-19086, USAAC Cont. No. 68-3061


From Joe Baugher it lists it as:

North American P-64, 41-19086 (MSN 68-3062) w/o 19 Nov 1941 at Luke AAF, AZ


I can't find it in the FAA Registry with any of the information I've seen. So, there is a slight discrepancy between what is on the aircraft and Joe Baugher's info. But it is a good looking airplane and pretty rare. I'm very happy that I got to see it, on the ground and in the air. Here is more from Wikipedia:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_American_P-64

Written on 21/09/2018 by Greg Byington

Makes me want to sing a Jimmy Buffett song.

Written on 21/09/2018 by Al Miller

Is this the real life portrayed in the movie of about 20 years ago?

Written on 21/09/2018 by Ross Meyer

Mmmm, I see no external indicators of a MC Herc model but the outboard tanks look a lot like a KC, maybe...

Written on 21/09/2018 by skylab72

Is Atlas Air a Non-Sched carrier?

Written on 21/09/2018 by skylab72

My! Fast shutter for an Italian sports car of a Helo with an English engine & Rotor, sporting an American registry. Good Show Chap!

Written on 21/09/2018 by skylab72

There are quite a few surviving P-40's. There is a list here:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_surviving_Curtiss_P-40s

But I'm not sure how many are still flying. I believe it is only one or two dozen. I just got to see (and hear) five p-40's at the same time last month. Very cool! I've posted some pics to my gallery and will post some more over the next little while.

Oh, and nice pic, Gary!

Written on 21/09/2018 by Greg Byington

Actually the NorAtlas was early post WWII more in the performance class of the C-82, the Nord faster but the 82 able to carry bulkier loads and maybe even heavier...

Flight of the Phoenix BTW was filmed with a C-82 and the "Phoenix" was built largely from C-82 parts, but it killed Paul Mantz. So the story line was pure fiction but I rooted for the Modle builder "engineer", since when I saw it I was one.

The C-119 inproved on all its predessors and added ginormous engines (P&W R3360s for the detail oriented)

Written on 21/09/2018 by skylab72

Yeah, Marylou, it was very cool! There were four P-51's, five P-40's, a P-47, a B-25, a TBM, a Texan, a Tigercat, a P-64, Voodoo (P-51 racer), and some others I can't remember right now. And to see (and hear) them all fly was GREAT!

Written on 21/09/2018 by Greg Byington

Regardless of the aircraft ID, that is a beautiful plane and a nice photo.

Written on 21/09/2018 by Don Tuleja

Wow. Yeah, it’s amazing what house can go untouched and the one next to it is obliterated. But it’s not over yet... all rge rivers are cresting still. Luckily, one path was cleared to Wilmington, 17 is open from Jacksonville on down.

Written on 21/09/2018 by Savannah Ford

Air Force hung a few mini guns out the side of a C-119 and seems like a canon called it an AC-119. Flew in Vietnam.

Written on 21/09/2018 by Larry Horton

AWESOME aircraft! Dreamin'in Red, White and Blue!!

Written on 21/09/2018 by Jim Douglas, Jr.

Liked the old King Air better 😂

Written on 21/09/2018 by Larry Horton

Nice shot of one of Draken Internationals Skyhawks a common sight at NAS Fallon as they operate several USMC and Navy tactical training contracts.

Written on 21/09/2018 by David Aaron

Look at the flaps. Departure flaps, like these, are about 15 degrees. Landing flaps will be about 45 degrees.

Written on 21/09/2018 by Ted Lindberg

Looks like full right rudder. Ireland's notorious winds at work here.

Written on 21/09/2018 by jet4ang

Queen of the Skies!
Graceful for something soooo big!

Written on 21/09/2018 by marylou anderson

very cool to "round up" old warbirds!

Written on 21/09/2018 by marylou anderson

Great pic. Have seen the devastation down there in pics...unbelievable!
Saw a pic of an ocean front house we've rented for more than 20 yrs.'--it was still standing but its neighbors were not!

Written on 21/09/2018 by marylou anderson

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