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24 Apr 2012 12:49 #22671 by mdsbob
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Lockheed (Model 10) Electra?

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24 Apr 2012 13:13 #22672 by Michael Lebovic
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How about a Beech Model 18 ??? Military versions had different designations, such as C-45, UC-45, JRBS, etc.

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24 Apr 2012 20:11 #22674 by Tom Georgeson
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I worked on these planes in Bilox Miss in 1951. They were call Beech T-11's.

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24 Apr 2012 21:23 #22677 by auburn-kid
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I thought a Lockheed Electra, but I don't know much about planes.

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25 Apr 2012 04:26 #22681 by jhcarlady
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We were told the plane was a Beech 18 military trainer. It was owned by a crop dusting company , the owner is planning to restore it. Kudos to all of you that guessed!
We traveled to Enid and visited with friends there. They showed us their car collection, gave us a tour of the town and took us for a fabulous lunch.
We ended the day in Winfield, KS. Tonight was wash day for car and clothes. The computer server is very slow, so my post will be short tonight.

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25 Apr 2012 23:57 #22695 by jhcarlady
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Because the computer service was so slow last night, I did not post the day?s photos; therefore I added them to today?s post.
There are many huge grain elevators in this part of the country. This is not a photo of the largest!
It is interesting how these vehicles got up here.
As we were driving yesterday, Mike noticed the reflection in the speedometer and thought it made a cool picture.
Today we drove to Kansas City, and visited we a couple of good friends. The temperature is in the 90?s today.

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