Serial #: 44-35562
Construction #: 28841
On Mark Marketeer
Last info: 2002
Texas Gas Transmission Corp, Owensboro, KY,
- Registered as N707TG.
Registered as N7079S
Natrona Service Inc, Casper, WY, 1969-1988.
- Registered as N7079G.
Conrad Yelvington, South Daytona, FL,
- Operated by Lady Barbel Abela & Len Perry, London, UK, 1991-1992
Lady Barbel Abela owned N7079G from 1991-1992. She is
the proud owner of seven "speed over distance" world records, set in her A26 Invader by flying to places such as Cannes, Reykjavik,
Helsinki and her hometown of Bremen, Germany.
- Flown as Bar-Belle Bomber.
Bar Belle Aviation Inc, Miami,
FL, July 1992-1995.
- Forced landing, St. Paul-Holman Field, MN, Aug. 9, 1992.
- Withdrawn from use and placed in open storage,
Holman Field, MN, 1992-1998.
Combat Air Museum, Lafayette, LA, 1994-1996.
Amjet Aircraft Corp/Polar Aviation Museum,
Anoka County, MN, Jan. 20, 1998-2000.
Vintage Aircraft LLC, Guthrie, OK, Aug. 22, 2000-2002.
Alien Invaders LLC, Flown as "Sexy Sue"
"707" at Houston International Airport 27/5/1963
The above shot was sent in by Paul Cicci, who shot 707
"Blue Bird" at O'Hare in April, 1974
Yelvington sent Peter this shot of 7079G when he owned her in
the late 1980's.
in formation with N26BK which coincidentally was later bought by Howard Keck. It has the rear carry-through spar and
the airstair in the belly.
Below, Lady Barbel Abela owned N7079G from 1991-1992. She is the proud owner of seven "speed over distance"
world records, set in her A26 Invader by flying to places such as Cannes, Reykjavik, Helsinki and her hometown of Bremen,
Barbel holds seven Speed Records
in the Douglas A26 Invader "Bar-Belle Bomber" with the National Aeronautic Association.
SPEED OVER A RECOGNIZED COURSE CLASS C-1.H
lbs to 35,274 lbs) Piston Engine.
1. July 9th, 1992, GOOSE BAY TO REYKJAVIK
2. July 10th, 1992, REYKJAVIK
3. July 12th, 1992, LYDD TO CANNES
4. July 15th, 1992, CANNES TO
5. July 19th, 1992, SOUTHEND TO
6. July 23rd, 1992, HELSINKI TO BREMEN
7. July 24th, 1992, BREMEN TO SOUTHEND
Above, a snow shot of 79G at Anoka County Airport, MN, before
they flew it to Holmen for spar repair.
Below, Barbel Abela and Len Perry with the A26C at Oshkosh
The four shots below show the wingless 7079G in 1994
at Holmen Field, St. Paul, MN.