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10106239 Featured February Image


Fashionable dancers in a hotel ballroom. Date: 1908

© Mary Evans Picture Library

1908, Ballroom, Claridge, Claridges, Couple, Dance, Dancers, Dress, England, Evening, Fashionable, Hotel, Public, Tuxedo

North American P-51D Mustang N335 BARDAHL II Featured February Image

North American P-51D Mustang N335 BARDAHL II

North American P-51D Mustang N335, BARDAHL II, race number 14 at Santa Monica, with sister-ship N335J just visible parked alongside. built as P-51D-30-NA for the United States Army Air Force (USAAF) 7June 1947: Delivered to Royal Canadian Air Force as 9564.20 September 1960: Struck off charge.25 February 1957-1960: James H. FeFuria-Fred Ritts-Intercontinental Airways, Canastota, NY, February 25, 1957-1960, registered as N6343T, but stored at Carberry, Manitoba.10 May 1960-1964 Aero Enterprises, Elkhart, IN.17 April 1964-1973: E.D. Weiner, Santa Monica, CA., registered as N335, race number 14 - Bardahl II'.1965: Sep - Race number 14 - white-black checkers, polished prop, no name - piloted by E.D. Weiner - 1st place in Transcontinental Race from Tampa to Reno1966: Sep - Reno, Race number 14, pilot: E.D. Weiner1967: Sep - Reno, Race number 14 - Bardahl II - piloted by E.D. Weiner- 2nd in the Transcon Race at 400.234 mph1968: Sep - Reno, Race number 14 - Bardahl II - piloted by E.D. Weiner- yellow and black checkerboard paint- new racing canopy-turtle-deck- won the Harold's Club Transcontinental Trophy Dash from Milwaukee to Reno, 1,667 miles averaging 361.14 mph1969: Sep - Reno, Race number 14 - STP Special - all red paint- E.D. Weiner too sick to fly in the Transcontinental Race- Weiner raced his pylon racer number 49 Bardahl Miss, but pulled out because of a heart attack. He died a week later.8 May 1973-2002 : Violet M. Bonzer, Los Angeles, CA. - 1973-1980 loaned to EAA Museum, Hales Corner, WI,.- 1980-1989 Stored, Truckee, CA., then trucked to Mesa, AZ for restoration.- Under restoration to airworthy as American Dreamer. 2012: Seen in good condition. (Note: Not to be confused with N335J Miss Bardahl a different aircraft also painted in Yellow checkerboard, owned by E.D. Weinr) Date: circa 1968

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