Special 24x36 Fuselage Star B-25G Mitchell s/n 42-65035 Relic Display

Special 24x36 framed canvas one-of-a-kind relic display with large section of aluminum skin bearing part of this aircraft's star insignia!   

Rare North American B-25G-3 s/n 42-65035 (delivered 7-3-1943) 75 mm cannon 'ground attack' aircraft with North African combat history! 

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Bringing aviation art, history, and aircraft relics together - one airplane at a time.
My latest painting of a rare aircraft: North American B-25G-3 that served in North Africa in 1943, and later crashed stateside during a training mission.
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This is the rarest of all B-25 versions, and unique in that it was built around its huge 75mm cannon in its nose, with which it was capable of sinking enemy warships the size of a destroyer with a single shot. The usual dual controls were eliminated, placing the pilot soley in control of the aircraft, including its powerful gun. Few were built and none survive, today.
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The remains of this B-25G were raised by a local individual from Lake Martin, Alabama in 1992, and later acquired by Ron Cole from the Warbird's of Glory Museum in 2022. 
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24x36 framed canvas and one-of-a-kind! 




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