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Douglas DC-3 (N33632)


Former North Central Airlines DC-3 stored at a private field near VCV


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Gary Schenauer
Wonderful find; outstanding capture. Wish I could give this 10. *****+.
Savannah Ford
She's so beautiful.
Looks like it could use some TLC.
ken kemper
Nice shot King.....

Susan Mandeville
What a memory!
Paula Thompson
I used to fly on NC a lot whedn i was in college. Makes me sad to see this "cooking" in a field. Where is VCV?
C.W. Reed
VCV is Victorville, California.
Classic wing.
Carl Hendry
What an amazing photo. If it is possible, to whom ever took this photo should send the history of this aircraft to @PlaneSavers on Twitter. Mickey from Buffalo Airways in Yellowknife NWT., he is rebuilding a DC-3 that is in Montreal, and hopes to it flying by June 6th 2019 for the 75th anniversary of D-Day. He has a daily video on Youtube, about different people from around the world that restoring DC-3's for the anniversary. It is wonderful to know that there are so many preserving our aviation history.
Ed McCorduck
Is it at the aircraft "boneyard" at VCV?
marylou anderson
Poor baby needs some care there.
Andrew Duffy
Remembered when it was a lot younger and working on it it was in a lot better shape
Michael Scott
On Google Maps

15812 Baxter Ct, Adelanto, CA 92301
Kobe Hunte
Wish you could just take it up and restore it! Nice picture King!
Eduardo Risso
I am from Argentina, my girl friend send me a letter telling me "game over"so I harry went to the air base in Tandil and take this DC3 to B.A. the same day, and now we are married for 56 years due to this beautiful DC3.....!
Randy Krentz
This aircraft was purchased by the Aviation Heritage Center of Wisconsin, Sheboygan, WI in 2016, I was flown to the Sheboygan County Memorial Airport on 10/4/19 where it will be restored and painted in North Central Airlines colors. This aircraft flew with North Central from 1954 thru 1968,
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