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The saga of the DC-3 is well known. Many stories have been written about its ‘impossible’ achievements, but one would think that they would have faded away long ago. There were many announcements in the 1970s of the DC-3 being retired from service by the airlines and military services. In May 1975, North Central Airlines retired ‘Old 728′ from its roster after 85,000 hours in the air — more than any other aircraft in the world at the time. During its time of airline service, which began in 1934, this one airplane had gone through 550 main gear tires, 136 engines and approximately 25,000 spark plugs. It was donated to the Ford Museum at Dearborn, Mich. Since then, at least one DC-3, still flying every day, has long ago exceeded that record.

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The canvas print will be mounted over 1.5 inch thick (depth) stretcher bars. These prints are meant to be hung unframed or inserted into a canvas floater frame.

Four DC3 (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Ricardo Flores from United States

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