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Registration / Serial:NC16099
Aircraft Original Type:Vultee V-1
Aircraft Generic Type:Vultee V-1
Aircraft Version:Vultee V-1AD Special
C/n (msn):25
Aircraft Name:Lady Peace II
City / Airport:Richmond - International (KRIC / RIC)Map
Region / Country:Virginia, United States
Collection:Virginia Aviation Museum
Photo Date:21 April 2004
Photo by:R.A.ScholefieldContact
Photo ID:9685
View count: 48
"Lady Peace II" is the sole surviving Vultee V-1 1936-built high performance all-metal eight-seat airliner. The type was used by American Airlines 1934/36. This example was an executive a/c and flew as RX-19, AN-ABI, HP-158 before returning to the USA and was airworthy into the 1970s. Seen here in the Virginia Aviation Museum, but moved to the New Shannon Air Museum at Shannon Airport, Fredericksburg, VA in Oct 2016.
Registration / Serial:NC16099
Aircraft Version:Vultee V-1AD Special
C/n (msn):25
City / Airport:Richmond - International (KRIC / RIC)
Photo Date:21 April 2004
Photo by:R.A.ScholefieldContact
Registration / Serial:NC16099
Aircraft Original Type:Vultee V-1
Aircraft Generic Type:Vultee V-1
Aircraft Version:Vultee V-1AD Special
C/n (msn):25
Aircraft Name:Spirit of Pueblo
City / Airport:Tucson - International (KTUS / TUS)Map
Region / Country:Arizona, United States
Photo Date:12 October 1973
Photo by:R.A.ScholefieldContact
Photo ID:7707
View count: 52
"Spirit of Pueblo" was built in 1935 and served as an executive aircraft. It is seen at Tucson in 1973 when still being flown. Later preserved in Virginia.
Registration / Serial:NC16099
Aircraft Version:Vultee V-1AD Special
C/n (msn):25
City / Airport:Tucson - International (KTUS / TUS)
Photo Date:12 October 1973
Photo by:R.A.ScholefieldContact