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N56514 — - 02-05-23. Military version of DC-4. Originally built as a C-54.
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N56514 —


02-05-23. Military version of DC-4. Originally built as a C-54.


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David Kensinger
To a large extent, C 54/DC 4's have outlasted newer Douglass equipment. Mostly about the expense of operating the big radials. The The P&W R 2000 certainly is cheaper to operate than R 2800/ R 3350 engines.
My supervisor at Areo Union Corporation would have liked to put R 1830's on our fleet of C 54's to cut expenses. He couldn' get an STC.
John GiambonePhoto Uploader
Thank You for your comments and observations David. Much appreciated.!
maurice Laborde
Que c'est beau! du vrai vintage
George Jenista
What is the emblem below the pilot's window? It looks to be from an old US Navy command organization.
Peter Sayers
Put 4 RR Merlins on ,extend the fus, and you have a North Star
Martin Burr
The owner of Buffalo Air - Yellowknife: His favorite aircraft. Takes one home every night!
Classic indeed! The tonnage champ of the Berlin airlift.
Steven Richardson
This aircraft simply DC4 a quite achiever , as is DC3 These aircraft very hardy out living other aircraft great photo thank you .
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