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Douglas DC-3 (N17334)

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John Giambone
Beautiful and outstanding set of pics Sam. Was this at this years OSH? Wish I went now if it was!
sam kumineczPhoto Uploader
Yes it was this years event.
anton berk
Sam well done! Keep up the good work!!
sam kumineczPhoto Uploader
Thanks Anton
Matha Goram
Any changes to cockpit panel or would that be sacrilege?
James Hickerson
I was a crew chief on a Gooney bird (DC-3, C-47) while at my last duty station before getting out of the Air Force in 1966, and I really enjoyed that plane.
roland pfeifer
I had the chance once to fly a short ride around Jacksonville Florida Sponcared by the airfreight co. my daughter was working for @ the time. I must say comppared to today's airliners, This was without a doubt one noisyest plane & you seemed to walk uphill when going forward inside the plane. What a Thrill is was & I enjoyed every second & wished the flight had been longer.
Lucius Gravely
My late father-in-law flew these in the Berlin Airlift (and in the U.S also--once relating having flown the Benny Goodman band to a military engagement. They were complaining about the flight so he dropped down lower over the hills in California where it was good and bumpy--they shut up and clung to their seats in fear!)
As a B-24 pilot he said "it was comforting to know that you had a DC-3 on each wing." (2 1830's per side).
An interesting sidelight: Popular Mechanics published an article on the DC-3 60 years ago. I remember reading it--it was a legend then!
Don Lynch
Looks good.
marylou anderson
Empress of the skies!
David Rossbryan
This one was built in 1937, I am only three years older than that plane, and it is getting around just great, Me not so much.
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Date Aircraft Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
19-Jul-2018 DC3Purdue University ()Dane Co Rgnl () 12:31PM EDT 01:10PM CDT 1:39
19-Jul-2018 DC3Purdue University ()Purdue University () 11:18AM EDT 11:45AM EDT 0:26
19-Jul-2018 DC3Shelbyville Muni ()Purdue University () 06:12AM CDT 09:59AM EDT 2:46
16-Jul-2018 DC3Shelbyville Muni ()Shelbyville Muni () 03:38PM CDT 04:06PM CDT (?) 0:27
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