This Douglas A-20G Havoc, serial #: 43-22197 was a light bomber/attack aircraft built in Santa Monica, CA and delivered in June 1944. It did not see service with the USAAF in WWII, but was acquired by Howard Hughes for his Hughes Aircraft Company of Culver City, California. It was painted in the TWA colors, of which Howard Hughes was a majority owner, and civilian registered as N34920. It was reported to be the personal plane for Mr. Hughes. Eventually the aircraft was retired and remained parked at the Hughes airfield in Culver City until 1972, at which time it was stored at Lancaster-Fox Field and Ocotillo Wells, CA.
MotoArt® was first when in 2015 it began making Planetags™ luggage tags and keychains from the skins of retired aircraft. Look For The Original Ovals™
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