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North American Rockwell 100 Lark Commander (N4110X)
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North American Rockwell 100 Lark Commander (N4110X)

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cliff731
Sam, I never see many of the Lark Commanders and that's a very fine example of the type. Thanks for sharing this photo with us!
sam kumineczPhoto Uploader
I've been around ga aircraft for years and this only one I know of personally
cliff731
Sam, the first one I recall seeing was years ago on the ramp at KGLH, the former Greenville Air Force Base, circa 1969 - 1970. Any instances since then have been very sparse.
sam kumineczPhoto Uploader
This one is owned by the air museum that puts on the geneseo airshow at D52 in geneseo ny... They are restoring a A-20, C-119, and a super rare B-23 Dragon!
cliff731
Sam, thanks for that information and I hope the air museum efforts are successful, especially with that B-23 Dragon!
sam kumineczPhoto Uploader
they bought it from the Commemorative Air Force down south...guess it was on trade-a-pane for $50,000...based on the DC-3
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