This is former California Air National Guard F-86A 49-1217 at the Planes of Fame Museum marked as 49-1318 that was lost in Korea in January 1952. Later the aircraft was painted with it's original serial and displayed at the museum's Valle, AZ location. Traded in 2000 for a Meteor F.4 from the Imperial War Museum, the Sabre instead went to Vulcan Warbirds (associated with the Flying Heritage collection) in 2001.
The Planes of Fame Museum's Republic P-47G "Razorback" Thunderbolt, the Spirit of Atlantic City. Cal Aero Technical Institute used the airframe as a mechanic training aid from 1950 to 1955.It was restored to flying condition at Kirtland AFB, NM. The restoration began in 1958, and it first flew in 1963, when it received its current registration.It crashed during an airshow at NAS Pt. Mugu, Ca., on October 23, 1971. It flew again in 1976. It is powered by a Pratt & Whitney R-2800 radial engine.