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In 1934 the Lindberghs purchased a Moncoupe D-145. The registration number was unique as it was the same as Linderghs "Spirit of St. Louis" - NR-211. At the time he was a PanAm consultant and traveled all over the country. In September of 1934 the Lindberghs flew the Monocoupe coast-to-coast. They kept the airplane until it was donated to the Missouri Historical Society in 1940. Recently NR-211 was re-hung in the Lambert International Airport in St. Louis after a refurbishment. Take a few minutes to watch this video of the Monocoupe being hoisted into position.