Registered on 31 Jan 1968. This aircraft was withdrawn from use in the early 1980s, and the registration was cancelled on 9 July 1981. It was later reported as preserved in Takigawa, Japan, but no evidence of this could be found.
Owned by Charles Jurgens' Arctic Warbirds at the time, ex USAAF 43-35748. Seen here stored awaiting restoration at his home on Holland Aviation Street at the Bradley Sky Ranch. The Beech 18 hiding behind on the right is former Air North N702FY (c/n AF-326). N7379C had gone by 2011, current status unclear, but N702FY was still there by 2018, still in much te same condition with its outer wings and engines missing.
On outdoor display at the museum with "Air North" titles, the Fairbanks-based airline for which this aircraft operated in the mid and late 1970s. Carries '456' on the fin, the significance of which is unclear. The revised wingtips and engine cowlings and the fully-enclosing landing gear doors show that this is a Hamilton Little Liner conversion, and not a regular Beech 18.