Kermit Weeks has purchased the Curtiss Wright CW-13R from the late Don Carter. This unique and rare airplane was saved from Bolivia, restored in San Antonio, Texas and purchased by Mr. Carter who based it in Sonoma, California for a few years. Kermit recently flew the CW-19R for the first time. Check out the video below of the flight.
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