Sunday, March 9, 2008

B-24 Liberator

This photo is a clip from my daughters home movies when we were at Bishop airport for Buick's 100th b-day. This is the plane that used the engines produced by Buick during WWII. This is the last flying example, here it is shown in the paint scheme "The Dragon & It's Tail" which is what it looked like when I went on it during Buick's 100 B-day. It is now painted olive drab and called witchcraft. An earlier posting of Buick's B-day celebration in Flint shows the photos we took.

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