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December 12, 2006
I visit the Warbird Information Exchange forum several times a day (ok... MANY times a day!) and have been reading one of the posts with great interest. The CAF B-24 (LB-30) is being madeover into an A-model B24. My friend Gary Austin is Crew Chief working on Diamond Lil and has been posting updates to the progress of the work. Recent work includes returning the tail gunner and belly gunner positions to the airframe. Go here to read about the makeover. This is up to 30 pages long so it make take you a couple sittings to catch up!
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