Ordered as a DC-3-455 for Eastern but delivered to the USAAF as C-49K 43-2013 in January 1943. Disposed in 1945. Converted to DC-3A and served with Delta as NC15748, later N15748. After a crash in private ownership in 1979 this aircraft was eventually donated to the Museum of Flight in poor condition in Aug 1987. Cosmetically restored and placed on display as "NC91008" (c/n 25422) of Alaska Airlines, but removed from display in 1997 and dumped. Trucked to Aerometal at Aurora, OR in June 2016. Note: this airframe is often incorrectly associated with NC17885, but that was c/n 9064.
Designed by Moulton Taylor for Aerocar Inc as a roadable aircraft. This was the most advanced version of a series of six aircraft and first flew in 1962 registered as N4345F. Marked 'N100D' for display.
Built in 1928 by the Swallow Airplane Manufacturing Company in Wichita KS. Initially fitted with a Wright J-5 and designated Swallow J-5. Originally operated by UAL on US Air Mail Route CAM.5 from Chicago to Minneapolis. Later fitted with a Continental R-670 with which it is still (2018) registered as airworthy by the Museum of Flight Foundation.