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    Great. love Bearcats. I'm curious, who owns it?

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    Default Re: Yes! The Chino Bearcat!

    Quote Originally Posted by supercub View Post
    Great. love Bearcats. I'm curious, who owns it?
    Permanent part of the Planes of Fame collection
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    Default Re: Yes! The Chino Bearcat!

    Quote Originally Posted by GRNDP51 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by supercub View Post
    Great. love Bearcats. I'm curious, who owns it?
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    It is going to be painted as the Air Museum's original Bearcat was, in honor of Ed Maloney.
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    Default Re: Yes! The Chino Bearcat!

    I was wondering how the scheme was going to be determined. Tribute to Ed Maloney, that's great.

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    What happened to the museum's original Bearcat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by supercub View Post
    What happened to the museum's original Bearcat?
    F8F registry

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    remember the Oogahonk!

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    Chino 8-28-1972... Harold Beal in P-51 with Corky Fornoff in ex-Maloney F8F N4995V....

    (warbirdregistry) Ed Maloney/The Air Museum, Claremont, CA (later Chino, CA), 1957-1972

    Harold "Bubba" Beal & Charles "Chubb" Smith/B & S Advertising Inc, Knoxville, TN, 1972-1998.

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