Delivered as 53-3285 to the US Air Force and after that went to the US Navy as 153694. After storage at Davis Monthan is was re-registered N7041U in 1988 before ending up as YV-502C. It crashed into the sea off Curacao just 8 months after this picture was taken on 18th September, 1992.
Both ASur DC-6 HK-1703 and HK-3301 (c/n 44637) parked between the hangars at the cargo area of Cali international airport in 2008. Later they were adopted by the Fenix museum located at the airport. They would be taking care of these two classics together with a ex Aerosucre B727. But after a while the museum employees were refused entry to the planes as they were parked on the active part of the airfield. Their future is unclear.
Delivered as 53-3264 to the US Air Force before it was re-registered N64695. It belonged to the Trident Technical College in Charleston, SC and was stored there for some years before it was made operational again. The special windows in the left front fuselage are a remnant from its days with the USAF as an RC-118A. Short after this picture was taken it was re-registered N66TR before it went to Kenya as 5Y-SJP in 1994. It was seen in 2003 at Lokichoggio, Kenya without props.