Boeing CH-47D Chinook
c/n M.4101 D-102298sqActive’Big Spender’N2067HCH-47C G-008. BuNo 74-22065. to Boeing as CH-47D B-732/M.3666 93-0666. to RNAF as NL006/D-666P-51 Mustang 44-74425 was delivered by North American Aircraft to the United States Army Air Force in 1945 were it served with the 356 Fighter Group of the 8th Air Force. After the war she served with the Royal Canadian Air Force as #9591. In 1957, after her years in service with the RCAF she was purchased by Intercontinental Airways of Conestoga, New York getting her first civil registration N6522D.
After various changes in ownership her history in the United States ends in 1994 with its shipment to her new owners in the Netherlands; the Dutch Historic Aircraft Company. She remained painted in U.S.A.A.F. colours wearing the nickname “Damn Yankee”. She also kept her U.S. registration N11T due to regulations making it impossible to remain her colours without a large Dutch Civil registration at that time.
With the new law making it possible to wear small civil registrations on planes that are of historical significance in 2005 the “Damn Yankee” entered the Dutch register as PH-PSI in April 2006.
Based at Lelystad she is the only airworthy Mustang in the Netherlands. Maintenance is being performed by Aero Service b.v. and is also unique as not all commercial maintenance companies are allowed to do maintenance on warbirds.Aerospatiale SE3160 Alouette III
wfu 1996 and stored at Woensdrecht, overhauled and returned to 300Sq by 1998.
1954 Piper L-21B Super Cub (PA-18-135) C/N 18-3827 (KLu Historical Flight)PH-KHV
Beechcraft D18S C/N A-904WD413
1950 Avro 652A Anson T.21 C/N 3634Built by North American. Constructors Number 108-32782. Assigned to the US Army Air Force. Stored at Davis Monthan AFB until at least August 1958.
On July 27, 1959 acquired by Fogle Aircraft Inc, Tucson, AZ and converted to a TB-25N and registered as N3698G. Next, to Aero Enterprises, Elkhart, IN from November 1959 until 1962.
Then acquired by Verco Tropical Fisheries, Columbus, OH, March 1962. The bomber was modified with a cargo hold fitted into the bomb bay in Michigan City, IN during December 1962. Next, owned by Robert R. Johnson, Fort Lauderdale, FL, February 1966 until 1968 when purchased by Austin Williams, West Palm Beach, FL.
From July 1972-1974 owned by Ernest G. Trapaga, Redondo Beach, CA. Then, sold to I.N. “Junior” Burchinall, Paris, TX, who owned the aircraft from September 1974-1979. Next, Rayez Adeline/Reyline Aviation, Kissimee, FL, Nov. 1979-1981.
During June 1981-1989 owned by Donald R. Webber/Aerial Solutions Inc, Baton Rouge, LA. Painted in the markings of “Cochise”.
On June 6, 1989 acquired by the Duke Of Brabant Air Force, Netherlands and moved to Amho Corp, Wilmington, DE, December 1989-2002. Registered as N320SQ. Also registered as PH-XXV, but never taken up.
On May 25, 1990 arrived at Eindhoven, Netherlands and operated by Duke Of Brabant Air Force based at Gilze Rijen Air Base. Registered as N320SQ (reference to RAF Dutch 320 Squadron). From 1990 – 1999 painted in the markings of RAF B-25 “Lotys II” HD346 / ND-V.
During 1999, painted in the marking of ML-KNIL Netherlands East Indies Air Force (NEIAF) B-25C “Sarinah Plesiran ‘Neer.?” N5-149. In 2009, registered as PH-XXV and owned by
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