Hats off to Mikey McBryan and his HARD WORKING volunteers who in a few short months took a derelict C-47/DC-3 and made it fly. Mikey posted daily videos on the history, volunteer work efforts and eventual flight of the D-Day C-47 FZ668. Make time to watch all 156 episodes. It is worth your time. The video below is the amazing end to this seasons flight of C-FDTD.
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EAA Video of Monocoupe 110 Special
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