VH-AEZ boarding passengers at an unknown location. It was sold to East-West Airlines as VH-EWD in 1955. In 1966 it was sold to Brain and Brown as VH-BAM for use as a freighter, its passenger door replaced with the double doors it had as a USAAF C-47A.
Built as 44-34313 for the US Air Force, this Invader went directly into storage until re-activated for the Korean War. Sold surplus in 1957, it became the first A-26 fire bomber conversion in 1959, working in Idaho and Oregon until 1975. Sold to Conair and flying as Tanker 23 until retired in 1987. Subsequently owned by several museums in Canada and the USA, the solid nose was replaced by the clear bomber nose. Last noted with Black Crow Aviation as N4313 after a 7 year restoration.
The second of two Caribou's brought to Malta by NewCal Aviation to refurbish for the civil market. The company outfitted the first (9J-NAA / N5844R) for Union flight of Sacramento, CA, but it was lost on October 23, 1984 during delivery when it ran out of fuel off the coast of Canada and ditched. 9J-NAB became the second aircraft rebuilt and became N900NC with Union Flights.