This Airborne Express cargo Caravelle belonged to the Ohio History of Flight Museum since 1985. But the museum had closed by 2000 and the Caravelle was stored on an apron, as seen here. In 2005 it was transferred to the airport fire services, who cared for it remarkably well. The aircraft was still with them in good condition by 2018.
Two-seat closed cockpit parasol-winged observation monoplane, the only survivor of 90 built for the USAAC from 1935. Crashed at Harlingen TX 27.11.42 and remains retrieved in 1967 and restored for display.