Bill Baldwin who supplied the shots in this section wrote:
"I'm a big fan of A-26s! I cut a deal for N7705C back
in 1974-1975 and wasn't able to do much else but hold off the aluminum scappers as I never really paid-up on the deal, but
it worked and even though it sat for 11 years it finally got restored"
I offered $5000 for it at Rusk Aviation and was accepted
but Couldn't put together a plan to move the plane to my property to do the work. As the months rolled by, we went over the
entire plane's systems except for the starboard engine it was pretty much flyable. Someone else made an offer from Chino,
CA and I gave up on the idea. I gain a lot of knowedge on the plane and A-26s in general.The previous owner was a construction
supply outfit in Gulfport, Mississippi. It spent 11 years in Chino before anyone got around to restoring her.