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N126HK

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Except for being cropped slightly and then reduced in size in order to upload it into FA's gallery, this picture of a Douglas A-26 Invader on static display at yesterday's Carson City Airport Open House is presented exactly as it came out of the camera. N126HK, "Keck In The Ass," was one of three "centerpiece" displays along with an OV-10 Bronco and a Cobra helicopter. "Tootsie," the B-25 in the background of this shot, drew her fair share of admirers, too.

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alan mistrater
EE-YOWS-ZER _ It's not even possible to get aluminum that shiney - OR that flat~!!!
skyhawkrg
Beautiful picture of a beautiful aircraft!!
sam kuminecz
Amazing photo buddy. Great! 5 stars
Greg Byington
VERY nice!
William Baldwin
Nothing shows care and dedication like this shine! Best looking A-26C this year. (2015)
Tom Vance
Bad *ss photo!!
David Apps
It must take a lot of Nevr-dull to keep it that shiny!
jesse kyzer
Constructed as an A-26C-50-DT by Douglas at Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA. 1948 Redesignated as B-26C.
6 September 1952 Unstated accident at Kahului Airport, Maui, HI.From 1987 to 1994.
Restored at Troy, AL, delivered to Oshkosh 1994.1982 to 2000 To EAA Aviation Foundation Inc, Oshkosh, WI. 2014 To Cactus Air Force Wings and Wheels Museum, Carson City, NV.
N126HK (1944 DOUGLAS A-26C owned by CACTUS AIR FORCE WINGS & WHEELS MUSEUM)
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