s/n 41-39359 Reg: N26BP // $495,000

s/n 41-39359 Reg: N26BP
$495,000

1944 Douglas A-26B-30-DL “Invader”

  • 3,293.1 Hrs. TTSN
  • Engine 1
    • P & W R2800-79  295.1 Hrs. since IRAN 12/04/14 by Anderson Airmotive
  • Engine 2
    • P & W R2800-79  295.1 Hrs. since IRAN 12/23/14 by Anderson Airmotive
  • Propeller 1
    • Hamilton Standard 23E50  1,442.0 Hrs. SPOH - A.D. due 9/26
  • Propeller 2
    • Hamilton Standard 23E50  319.5 Hrs. SPOH - A.D. due 9/26
  • Garmin GNS480
  • ADS-B
  • PS Engineering PMA7000B
  • Covers, Plugs, Tow Bar
  • Upper Turret shell with .50 calibre gun barrels
  • Lower Turret shell (not fitted)
  • Dual-Control conversion kit (not fitted)
  • DC-6 wheels & brakes
  • WWII Markings with A-26C nose fitted 8/10
  • No original equipment fitted 7/10
  • Texas
  • In Annual 04/23

History

Reportedly saw service in Europe with the 9th Air Force during the Battle of the Bulge. Served during the Korean War with the 3rd Bomb Wing, Far East Air Forces, Kunsan AB, Korea.

Disposed form Davis Monthan and sold to Aero Union Corp, Chico, CA and registered as N91281. Sold to Conair Aviation Ltd., Abbotsford, BC Canada and registered as CF-BMR and flew as tanker #21.

Sold to Jerry Janes in 1987.

Sold to Robert J. Pond/Planes of Fame East, Minneapolis, MN 1987-1998. Registered as N26BP. Flew as 39386/21. Then to Pond Warbirds LLC/Palm Springs Air Museum, Palm Springs, CA 1998-2002.

Purchased by Houston Interests in 2002 and has remained in the area under private ownership.