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MARTIN 404 (N40450) - 1966 M404<br />scanned from postcard<br>piedmont
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MARTIN 404 (N40450)

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1966 M404
scanned from postcard<br>piedmont

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cliff731
I always like seeing a quality Martin 4-0-4 photo!!!
sam kumineczPhoto Uploader
Figured you would cliff. Got some more martins and convairs for ya
cliff731
Thanks, Sam... I'll be waiting to see them.
Alan Brown
Interesting looking airplane. I'm glad that Convair was mentioned, because it looks a bit like the 580, except for the rear entry. It is almost a hybrid of a 580 and the early 727. Great looking plane no matter what. First time I have seen one by Martin.
cliff731
Alan... the Martin 4-0-4 was a direct competitor to the Convair 240, 340, and 440 series. Both the Martin and those Convair types were powered by the P&W R-2800 family of radial engines. Due to an early contract dispute and legal entanglement, the Martin airliner was produced in far fewer numbers than the Convair aircraft. A total of 103 Martin 4-0-4 were built as compared to 1,181 of the Convair 240-340-440 family.
sam kumineczPhoto Uploader
thanks for that tidbit cliff
marymcelyea
Memories......
fernando kosop
such a beauty!!!!!
Art Bauer
It's the first plane I ever flew on. Eastern Airlines KBOS to KILG. I remember being given a tiny roll of Life Savers to help clear the ears....
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