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Paul Wisgerhof
Grumman G-44A Widgeon. Only 100 were built for civilian use after WWII. This may be a restoration of a military airframe.
Bill Bailey
This is a G-44A, c/n 1441, the 41st of 76 G-44A models Grumman built starting in Aug., 1945.It underwent a 1 1/2 year+ rebuild and flew again for the first time in 26 years in 2018. It never saw any military service.
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