Expeditor at the museum in Marathon FL
5 June 2015
Expeditor at the museum in Marathon FLThe Beechcraft C-45 Expeditor was the militarized Twin Beech with hardly a difference between the two. The AT-7 Navigator and AT-11 Kansas were also modifications of the Twin Beech with small exterior changes. During the 1950s hundreds of the earlier C-45 models were overhauled and remanufactured to produce the C-45G (the type in the images of this post) and C-45H models. New instrumentation, landing gear, center wing sections along with the additions of constant speed propellers and autopilot (only on the G-model) also meant new serial numbers. This C-45G is on exhibit at the EAA Chapter 1241 Air Museum where the owner graciously allows the opening of the fuselage doors for better viewing into passenger area as well as the cockpit 🙂 Please see the review of the museum for more information on this little gem.