To Castle Air Museum, California, and displayed in its original markings as B-23 39-0047. 12 of the 38 B-23s built were converted to transports (C-67, then UC-67). Postwar many became corporate aircraft.
This Short Range Lump flew with JAL as JA8126 before conversion to a freighter. In addition to its time with Evergreen as N478EV, this frame went on lease to UPS as N689UP, before returning and retirement to the Land of Sand.
This derelict 707 was delivered to Pan Am as N403PA in 1965 and went to THY as TC-JBS in 1978. It was ferried to Davis Monthan as N5519V in 1985 for C-135 spares and was finally scrapped in Sept. 2013.