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    The first Air Force One.

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    Those old constellations were interesting birds, helped make airline travel seem attractive to the masses. Thanks Tommy for sharing glimpse into our past and the history lesson.
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    Kermit Weeks had one parked in front of his place. Just nothing but smooth lines. I'd say one of the best looking planes that ever flew.

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    Wow, what a great story! Loved it! What a majestic looking aircraft. Thanks littletommy.

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    Those are certainly pretty. Send Columbine II to a permanent resting place? I'd like to see her restored and flown around the country on a regular basis.




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