1941 A 26B Invader project. Complete Aircraft Stock Army.Needs full restoration. Included a semi.

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1941 A-26B Invader project. Complete Aircraft Stock Army.Needs full restoration. Included a semi truck trailer to move the aircraft. Can assist with loading.No log books but has some military paperwork. I do not have a parts inventory list. Has a current registration N26VQLots of extra parts. Has dual control kit.Sold AS IS. You are responsible for moving the aircraft. Possibly consider trade for a military aircraft. (AN2, yak, B18 ect) Possibly consider trades for type ratings.
This A26B project was found in Sparks NV, stored inside a semi truck trailer. And the wings were stored outside. Wich suffered damage from a wind storm. It was sold surplus from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. Then stored at Hammar Field, Fresno, Ca in 1961.
History: Serial #: 41-39486Construction #: 7199Civil Registration: N9432Z, N90711Model(s): A-26BName: Boots II Flew for: Transport Aircraft Inc, Sacramento, CA.- Registered as N9432Z.John A Thompson, Santa Clara, CA, Circa 1963. John A Thompson, Santa Clara, CA, Mar. 8, 1971-2003.- Registered as N90711.- Retired, derelict, Fresno, CA, 1968-1977.- Removed from Fresno, 1977.-located to Sparks NV-sold to Vincent Q-relocated to Iron Mountain Mi KIMT. As N26VQ in 2015
This aircraft was a Missouri Air National Guard airplane. (MO- ANG) which is believed to be deployed in World War II and Korea. After the war the aircraft flew privately flew for transport aircraft Inc. in the 1960s. As the story goes the aircraft suffered a hydraulic lock on the number one engine wile on start up. Ultimately which led to the aircraft"s demise, it was parked and never flown again.
Current date: 2019-10-07