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N6302 — - Getting ready to leave for DC Monday 9/21/2020 - hope to catch it in flight next week...br /Consolidated PB4Y-2 Privateer but Aircraft Type says that's invalid? BUG report...
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Getting ready to leave for DC Monday 9/21/2020 - hope to catch it in flight next week...
Consolidated PB4Y-2 Privateer but Aircraft Type says that's invalid? BUG report...

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jesse kyzer
N2871G - 1945? Constructed as a PB4Y-2.

Some history at: http://www.aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?Serial=16969
SUPER THANK YOU! to everyone who helps keep these Ol’ historical birds flying
(I think this is correct, same BuNo "66302")
Jay Wischkaemper
N2871G is the correct tail number
adelma
A relatively rare airplane from 1945 - cousin to the B-24. Take your pick: one BIG vertical tail, or two smaller ones.
Greg Byington
Jay and Jesse are correct, the FAA N number for this bird is: N2871G. The military serial number (or BuNo as Jesse stated) is: 66302. And if you use the ICAO code of: P4Y, FA will show the aircraft type as: CONVAIR Privateer. If you're interested you can check my shot of the aircraft at:

https://flightaware.com/photos/view/729112-6c6385bf382aacd1ef87593febb85c70b1a48c8b/user/byingtongh/sort/dateasc/page/3

I got to see it back in 2012 at 40G (Valle, AZ airport) when it was wearing different paint. Keep up the good work, Matt!
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