Friday, March 18, 2011

The Outside Air

This post was put together by Matt Myklebust. Thanks Matt!

The MAPS Air Museum in North Canton, OH is currently working on restoring a rare Martin B-26 Marauder (40-1459) back to air worthy condition. She was the 99th B-26 built by Martin and crashed landed in British Columbia, Canada, on January 16, 1942. The project was started back in the mid 90’s and doesn’t look like it’ll be done any time soon. However; when it’s finished, it’ll will be one of only two flying B-26’s in the world today.
(Photos Thanks to Various Sources)

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