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Minter Field Airshow, May 14, 2005, Page 1

North American AT-6F Texan, N75AG, Warlock is restored as a Navy SNJ-6. It has been a familiar sight at the Reno Air Races since 1981.

North American P-51D Mustang, N2580 Six Shooter has been registered to Charles Hall of Annis, Montana since January 1996. It was rebuilt as a Cavalier T Mk. 2 two seater in the 1960s. It received a new Air Force serial number, 67-22580, and was delivered to the FA Boliviana as FAB 520 on January 19, 1968. It was recovered by Arny Carnegie of Edmonton, Alberta in December 1977 and recieved the Canadian registration C-GXUQ. McClain Flight Service of Strathmmore, Alberta bought it in August 1978. Richard Korff of Lockport, New York reigstered it as N151RK (the standard 51 and owner's initials registration applied to so many Mustangs) in October 1986.

North American P-51D Mustang, N471R Huntress III has been registered to Cascade Warbirds of Forest Grove, Oregon since 1989. Its North American construction number is 122-39270. Its original Army Air Force serial number was 44-72811, but the FAA lists it as 44-26060 and it wears 472276 on its tail now. Following its service in the Army Air Force, it was provided to the Israeli Air Force. In 1980 Angelo Regina and Ascher Ward of Van Nuys rebuilt the airframe into a dual control TP-51D incorporating components from an ex-California ANG Mustang and a Mustang that had been used as a movie prop. Phil "Buck" Dear of Terry, Mississippi registered it as N2688D in 1983. Bob Byrne of Bloomfiled, Michigan bought it in 1987 and sold it to Robert Converse of Sisters, Oregon, who registered it as N215RC in 1988.

Hispano HA-1112 M1L, NX109W is a license built variant of the Messerschmitt BF-109 with a Rolls Royce Merlin V-12 engine.

Lockheed P-38J Lightning, NX138AM Porky II is registered to the Air Museum at Chino. It was built as Army Air Corps 44-23314. It was acquired by the Hanfield School of Aeronautics in Santa Maria, California in 1950. Jack Hardwicke of El Monte, California registered it as N29Q in 1954. He sold it to the Air Museum in Ontario, California in 1960 where it sat on static display for seventeen years. It was restored to flying condition, making its first flight on July 22, 1988. It then went to the Planes of Fame East museum in Minnesota. Bob Pond purchased it in October 1989 and registered it as N38BP.It returned to the Air Museum at Chino in 1998. It is powered by a pair of Allison V-1710 twelve-cylinder engines.

Vultee BT-15, N65364 was built in 1945.

Lockheed 18-56 Lodestar, N250JR was built in 1942.

Czech built Aerovodochody L-39 Albatross, N139BJ Spirit of America was built in 1977.

Aeronca 7AC, NC1659E was built in 1946.

Yakovlev Yak-11, N2124X Blyak Moose was built in 1952.

Hunting Percival Jet Provost Mk 5A, N4XW was built in 1971.

Piper PA-18, N4927C was built in 1953.

North American T-28C Trojan, N75947 was delivered to the U. S. Navy as BuNo 140654 in 1957.

North American T-28C Trojan, N928C was delivered to the U. S. Navy as BuNo 140068.

Romanian built IAR Sa Brasov 24, N823WT was built in 1976.

Grumman designed TBM-3E Avenger, N28SF has been registered to Charles Wentworth of Paso Robles, California since August 1995. It was built by General Motors and assigned U. S. Navy BuNo 85983, but it was delivered to the Royal Canadian Navy as 374. Simsbury Flying Service of Simsbury, Connecticut registered it as N4039A. Miramichi Air Service registered it as C-FBEG in May 1974. Hicks & Lawrence limited of St. Thomasl, Ontario operated it as tanker #1 and named it Yogi Bear. Syracuse Flying Service of Syracuse, Kansas gave it its current registration in November 1985. C & C Corporation of Rialto, California bought it in 1987.

Great Lakes 2T-1A-2, N5603L was built in 1974.

Czech built Aerovodochody L-29C Delphin, N443KT was built in 1968.

Vans Aircraft 2904, N320TD was built in 1995.

North American T-28C Trojan, N243DM was delivered to the U. S. Navy as BuNo 140662 in May 1957.

North American P-51D Mustang, NL151DM Ridge Runner is registered to Martin Daniel of San Jose, California. It was built as Army Air Corps 44-72483, but the FAA lists it as 44-13250 and it carries tail number 472308. It spent some time in the service of the FA Salvadorena.

Boeing-Stearman PT-17 Kaydet, NC79466 was built in 1941.

Boeing-Stearman PT-17 Kaydet, N61210 was built in 1942. It is restored as a U. S. Navy VN2S-3, BuNo 6488.

Boeing-Stearman PT-13B Kaydet, N46590 was built in 1940.

Boeing-Stearman PT-17 Kaydet, N3946 was built in 1942.

Ryan ST3KR, N47708 was built in 1942.

Ryan ST3KR, N47708.

Fairchild M-62A-3, NC58894 was built in 1946.

Hawker Sea Fury Mk 11, N260X has been owned by Ellsworth Getchell for 25 years. It is a regular participant in Southern California airshows. It still has a Bristol Centaurus engine with a five-bladed propeller.

North American P-51D Mustang, N5460V Little Sandra has been registered to California Warbirds of Hollister, California since June 1978. It served the Army Air Corps as 44-72192. James Bohlander of Roselle, Illinois registered it as N5460V in 1963 and sold it to William Cochrane III of Houston, Texas in 1966. John Crocker of San Mateo, California bought it in 1969 and sold it to California Warbirds in 1978. Until recently it flew as StrawBoss 2.

North American P-51D Mustang, N51TC Rosalie served the Army Air Corps as 44-75009. David Roundtree registered it as N5474V in 1966. Ted Contri gave it its current registration and name in 1984. It has been registered to the Contri family of Carson City, Nevada since May 2001.

North American P-51D Mustang, NL151DM Ridge Runner.

North American P-51D Mustang, N510TT Dallas Doll served the Army Air Corps as 44-73339. After serving in the Texas Air National Guard, it was transferred to Indonesia in 1955. It returned to the United States in 1979. Ron Runyan acquired it in 1982. It was restored in Chino in 1984, when it adopted the identity of 44-74008. It was named Dallas Doll and registered as N151MC. Ron Runyan re-registered it as N51RR the same year. Robs Lamplough took it to England in 1989. It has been registered to T 7 T Trucking of Lodi, California since May 2003.

North American P-51H Mustang, N551H is registered to American Aircraft Sales of Hayward, California. Its North American Construction number is 126-37740. Its Army Air Corps serial number was 44-64314, but it is restored as post-war Air Force 44-64551. It crashed in Utah in 1962. William Hogan registered it as N1108H in 1963. Michael Coutches began its restoration in 1966 and gave it its current registration in 1968. The P-51H has a different wing planform than the more familiar P-51D.

North American SNJ-6 Texan, N349JB is restored as U. S. Air Force T-6G, 49-3319.

North American AT-6D Texan, N64KP is restored as a U. S. Navy SNJ-5.

Vultee BT-13A Valiant, N56319 was built in 1941. It is restored as U. S. Navy SNV-1, BuNo 56319.

North American T-28C Trojan, N28XC was delivered to the U. S. Navy as BuNo 140514 in 1954.

North American T-6G Texan, N49NA served the U. S. Air Force as 49-3376.

North American T-6G Texan, N5289V served the U. S. Air Force as 49-3179. It is restored as a U. S. Navy SNJ.

Highly modified North American P-51D Mustang, N71FT Strega is one of the fastest unlimited racing planes.

You can hire Boeing-Stearman E75, N4768V to tow your banner or glider.

North American AT-6C Texan, N127VF was built in 1943. It is restored as U. S. Marine Corps SNJ-6, BuNo 27491.

North American AT-6F Texan, N75AG, Warlock.

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