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jim gevay
Sorry, it's a Beech 18, not a Lockheed.
alex kropfPhoto Uploader
Are you sure? I was under the impression it was a lockheed 12.
David Sims
One way to tell the difference between the Beech and the Lockheed is the tail. On the Lockheed, the horizontal stabilizer extends just past the vertical tail. The aircraft above is a Beech.

Example of a Lockheed http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/59/Lockheed_12A_Electra_Junior.jpg
alex kropfPhoto Uploader
Okay I see. Sorry

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