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Publisher/Brand The Aviation Archives
Author Benoit de Mulder
Format 20 x 25 cm
No. Pages 280
Version Soft cover
Category Books on aviation
Subcategory Airliners Prop
Availability In stock
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From D-Day to the Canadian Sky, from derelict to one of the most famous DC-3s, Benoit de Mulder recounts the history of the Douglas DC-3C C-FDTD restored by Mikey McBryan and the Plane Savers team in less than 5 months. With more than 500 pictures depicting her complete history including the race against time to get the aircraft airborne for D-DAY's 75th Anniversary on June 6th, 2019, Dakota #12253 is a unique testimony to a legendary airplane. About the author: Benoit de Mulder is an aviation enthusiast, collector, amateur historian, and DTD previous owner. 280 pages - 8x10 - softcover.