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c/n 85734 converted as turboprop test bed by Pratt & Whitney under civil registration NX-5111N. Became N5111N, later N817BR. Went to New England Air Museum, Windsor Lock, CT between 1967 and 1987. Nearly destroyed in tornado Mar 10, 1979. Remains traded to Tom Reilly in 1987 in exchange for work done on a museum B-25H. Will be used for parts (along with 44-85813) for a flyable B-17 marked as *Outhouse Mouse* by Flying Tigers Warbird Restoration Museum, Kissimee, FL. Assigned civil registration of N817BR in July 1999. There are rumors that Israel is interested in acquiring this plane for a museum in Israel. Registration N390TH reserved Sep 10, 2003, taken up Feb 20, 2004 by the Liberty Foundation - Kissimmee, Florida / 1944 Boeing B-17G - 'Liberty Belle shown here during Aviation Nation 2007.

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c/n 85734 converted as turboprop test bed by Pratt & Whitney under civil registration NX-5111N. Became N5111N, later N817BR. Went to New England Air Museum, Windsor Lock, CT between 1967 and 1987. Nearly destroyed in tornado Mar 10, 1979. Remains traded to Tom Reilly in 1987 in exchange for work done on a museum B-25H. Will be used for parts (along with 44-85813) for a flyable B-17 marked as *Outhouse Mouse* by Flying Tigers Warbird Restoration Museum, Kissimee, FL. Assigned civil registration of N817BR in July 1999. There are rumors that Israel is interested in acquiring this plane for a museum in Israel. Registration N390TH reserved Sep 10, 2003, taken up Feb 20, 2004 by the Liberty Foundation - Kissimmee, Florida / 1944 Boeing B-17G - 'Liberty Belle shown here during Aviation Nation 2007.

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