This Beaver is known to be the former FAC120 / FAC5120, but its c/n is not known. The aircraft was inspected closely in July 2008, but no dataplate was found. It was transferred to the Museo Aeroespacial Colombiano circa 2003, and painted as FAC108, as seen here. The real FAC108 was c/n 408. The museum and its aircraft were moved to Briceño in the Cundinamarca district between Oct 2015 and Aug 2017.
Former USAF Beaver 51-16522 has been flying in Quebec since 1976 and with Air Mont-Laurier since 1985. It's sporting the Holmes extended engine mount appearing on more Beavers as time goes by. Full loaded, the Beaver can be very near the aft center of gravity limit for load and balance. Moving the 900+ pounds of engine 9 and 3/4 inches forward moves the center of gravity forward making loading easier, especially for aircraft with the extended aft cabin.
Taken at the main base camp of the operator, Pickerel Arm Camps. This lies 16 miles southwest of Sioux Lookout, Ontario, next to Highway 72, on Pickerel Arm, which is itself a 20 mile long branch of Minnitaki Lake.