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  A-20G-45-DO Havoc Serial Number 43-22200  
USAAF
5th AF
312th BG
387th BS

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Justin Taylan 2000

Aircraft History
Built at Douglas. Constructors Number 21847.

Postwar
After the war, it was sold to H.L. Gogerty of Los Angeles, CA, January 22, 1946 and registered as NL63004. Next this A-20 was owned by J.G. Hurst Jr. of Miami, FL, from October 1947-1949. Follwed by William M. Ambrose, Miami, FL, Sept. 13, 1949-1950. Another owner was W. R. Robinson, Miami, FL, Jan. 16, 1950-1951 and registered as N63004.

Next owned by Grant Foster, Falcon, Venezuela, Sept. 20, 1951-1953. Advertised for sale by Potter Aircraft Service, Burbank, CA, June 1952, as 6-seat executive conversion. L.B. Smith Aircraft Corp, Miami, FL, Feb. 17, 1953. Florida Aircraft Corp, Miami, FL, Aug. 22, 1955-1960. American Airmotive Corp, Miami, FL, Sept. 19, 1960. Finally, Bankers Life & Casualty Co, Chicago, IL, Sept. 20, 1960.

Display
Displayed at the USAF Museum from 1961 to the present day. Presently, this aircraft is painted to represents A-20G "Little Joe" 43-21475 of the 312th Bomb Group that flew in New Guinea and the Philippines during WWII.

References
WarbirdRegistry.org for historical details

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Last Updated
January 31, 2018

 

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