05/31/2007. This aircraft was manufactured as a DC-3A-467 C-47B-20-DK Skytrain and delivered to the USAAF as 43-49860 on 10 January 1945. On March 3, 1945 it was transferred to the RAF where it served as Dakota Mk.IV, s/n KN250. It crashed 4 mls (6.5 km) from Netheravon, Wiltshire and was declared as a write off.
However, it was repaired and came on the civil register as G-APBC on
April 25, 1957 and served subsequently with Transair, Derby Airways,
British Midland, South West, Morton Air Services, Air Freight,
Skyways Cargo and Pan Universal Aircraft till it was sold to the USA
On October 20, 1981 it was registered as a DC3C-R-1830-90C, N26392, to Missionary Flights
of Fort Pierce, Florida, being re-registered to N300MF in April 1983
and still is as of this day. Meanwhile the aircraft has been
refurbished to a DC-3C convertible aircraft; it can seat up to 32
passengers or haul 9,450 lb (4,286 kg) of cargo.