No. 3315. Pine Air Super-V (N3124V c/n SV-109-D-549)
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Pine Air Super-V

Remarks by Claron Gove: "The Super-V was purchased and refurbished around 1960. It later suffered major structural damage during a landing. George Felt (Felt's Flying Service) used the good parts from a wrecked 1958 Beech Bonanza to rebuild the Super-V. The blending of the two aircraft made one mighty fine twin. The FAA re-certified the Super-V in 1962. George used it for charter flights until he retired. After George passed away the family loaned the aircraft to the Oregon Aviation Museum, Cottage Grove, Oregon, USA. It has been on display at the Tillamook Museum, Oregon. It is now in storage at the Lenhardt airport, Hubbard, Oregon. There has been a rumor that it was going into the Evergreen Aviation Museum in McMinnvile, Oregon."

Created February 23, 2004