During the summer of 2012 one of the engines of PH-DDZ failed and the aircraft was grounded. The financial burden was too great for the Dutch Dakota Association to restore airworthiness and, after almost four years of inactivity, the PH-DDZ was sold to the Aviodrome museum at Lelystad. This venerable old DC-3 is now stored in the restoration hangar.
Built as USAF 43-15288 and delivered Mar-1944. To N87663 (FAA) registered Oct-1962, reregistered N161 by 1964, to 6OS-AAA (Somali AL) registered May-1964, reregistered 6O-SAA Oct-1970, to N920 registered Jan-1981, to SU-BFY (Pyramid AL) registered Jun-1982, to EI-BSJ in Jun-1986 but that was not taken up, to PH-DDZ instead, registered Apr-1987. It is here painted in the old MAC color scheme.