Delivered new to United as NC16070 "Reno" in 11.36 and operated until 09.53. After storage at Tucson from 1977, restored in UAL colours in 1986 and flown. Right hand passenger door clearly visible here. 75,000 total hours. By 1990 with Evergreen at McMinnville OR.
Delivered to the USAAF as C-54A 42-72168 in 1943. To N54373 in 1946 then to LX-BNG in 1961. Converted to a Carvair and to British Air Ferries as G-ASDC in 1963. To N80FA in 1979 and N103 in 1983. Crashed in Alaska in 1997.
Built for the USAAF as UC-45B 43-35477 then transferred to the RCAF as Expediter Mk.I HB108 in 1943. Converted to a Mk.3T around 1952. To Hamilton Aviation as N7829 in 1968 and used for parts at Tucson. N7829 is visible roughly painted on its rear fuselage as is HB108 on the tail. Moved to a scrapyard by 2005 then to the Pima Air and Space Museum in 2012.