Georgia Mae
B-25J-30-NC SN 44-86785 "Georgia Mae"
photo Ken Holston

B-25J-30-NC SN 44-86785 "Georgia Mae"

History

The B-25J-30-NC SN 44-86785 now flying as "Georgia Mae" was delivered on July 3, 1945. She was initially stored at Independence, Missouri. In August of 1947, she was moved to Pyote, Texas. She was removed from storage in June of 1951 and modified by Hughes. Her first assignment was to James Connally Air Force Base, Texas in December of 1951. By October of 1957, she was flown to storage. On January 15, 1958, she was sold to C. T. Jensen of Tonopah Air Services in Tonopah, Nevada. Her civil registration was assigned as N5262V. She was sold again in March of 1975 to Mid-Pacific International Inc. of Eugene Oregon. They sold her in October of 1980 to Gary H. Flanders of Oakland, California. She was last sold in April of 1983 to Wiley Sanders Truck Lines in Troy, Alabama. She is now privately owned. Although she is airworthy as of our last phone conversation, she does not sell rides.

  • Model: B-25J-30-NC
  • Serial Number: 44-86785
  • NAA Mfg. Number: 108-47539
  • FAA Registration: N5262V
  • Mfg. Plant: Fairfax - Kansas City, Kansas
  • Completion Date: June 1945
  • Delivery Date: July 3, 1945
  • Status: Flying
  • Owner: Wiley Sanders Truck Lines, Inc.
  • Location: Troy, Alabama
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  • Notable info: Privately owned.

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