The Jupiter tandem-engined executive aircraft was conceived by the pilot, racing driver, politician and entrepeneur André Moynet and built by the Matra company in 1963. Only two flying airframes were built.
A post-war 1949-built Texan in fake wartime USAAF markings it never carried, but showing its is actual former post-war USAF serial 49-3056 and with a small "Miss Léa" nose art. It's also ex Spanish Air Force C.6-188 and AE.6-188. Flown as F-AZMP by AJBS since 1998, but became F-HLEA with the Aero Vintage Academy on 29 May 2013.
Operated by Centre National d'Études des Télécommunications (CNET) as 13142 / F-SEBD since 1964, until transferred to Amicale Jean-Baptiste Salis (AJBS) on 24 May 1980. In 1981 it was allocated registration F-BLOZ, but this was not taken up. In the mid 1980s it became a static exhibit at La Ferté-Alais, and in 1989 it was used in the movie "Suivez Cet Avion", painted with "Honeymoon Airways" titles. In the 1990s the C-47 was painted in USAAF markings with various fake serials, first 315111, then 315101 and finally as seen here, as 313142 (based on the c/n). In 2015 a new restoration project was started for this aircraft.