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The early B-24 known as “Ol 927”

14 September 2012

The early B-24 known as “Ol 927”

This Consolidated B-24A Liberator — known as “Ol 927” — can be seen in the Cavanaugh Flight Museum and is especially nice to see since it is an early version, prior to models which were equipped with powered nose gun turrets. It is also in flying condition and regularly is taken to air shows and airports where a ride can be purchased.

“Ol 927”, the Consolidated B-24A Liberator — photo by Joseph May

A closer view of the nose position — photo by Joseph May

Ol 927’s nose art — photo by Joseph May

Engine maintenance, always an ongoing effort with the big piston engines — photo by Joseph May

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