eBay: Consolidated B-24 Liberator

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Forward part of the "ASV Stickleback" system?



moby dick

Good detective work. How did you determine the serial number?
Wasn't much of a detective work ;) - I know it from a book I have.

If you go and check Joe Baugher's page you'll find it there too:
As mentioned above, only the last YB-24 (serial number 40-702) actually ended up being delivered to the USAAF. It had armor and self-sealing fuel tanks and was accepted by the Army in May of 1941. The USAAC YB-24 was later redesignated simply B-24 and spent its entire career with the Army Air Corps Ferry Command Training School.

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Right you are. After my post, I checked Joe's data and it made me pull out my B-24 references. The Crowood book by Bowman has brought it back. One will lose it with age, if no retraining.

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