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In 1969, sold Richard D. Lambert who purchased it for $3,500. He then flew it to his farm in Plainfield, IL. Stored outdoors during 1970 to 1981. In 1979, acquired by the Heritage In Flight Museum. Next, owned by Weary Warriors Squadron who recovered the bomber from Lambert's farm during 1981.
Painted in the markings of B-25H "Barbie III" 43-4380. Owned by Weary Warriors / Warbirds Unlimited Foundation during 2005 - 2008. During June 2009, purchased by History Flight and registered on July 7, 2009. Used to fly guests on an annual flight tour to raise funds for Missing In Action (MIA) research.
During September 2014 the aircraft was listed for sale on the Courtesy Aircraft Sales for sale for $1 million USD. Sometime after being listed, as of at least February 2015, the price was reduced to $950,00 USD.
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