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N123DZ

1942 Douglas DC3C-S1C3G C/N 12004

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Latest photos of N123DZ
  • N123DZ @ OPF - Florida Air Cargo , Opa Locka - by Henk Geerlings by Henk Geerlings @ OPF
  • N123DZ @ OPF - Florida Air Cargo - by Henk Geerlings by Henk Geerlings @ OPF
  • N123DZ @ OPF - Opa Locka ; Scan from photo I made in 1999 - by Henk Geerlings by Henk Geerlings @ OPF
  • N123DZ @ OPF - Opa Locka ; Scan from photo I made in 1999 - by Henk Geerlings by Henk Geerlings @ OPF

Airframe Info

Manufacturer:Douglas
Model:DC3C-S1C3G    Search all Douglas DC3C-S1C3G
Year built:1942
Construction Number (C/N):12004
Aircraft Type:Fixed wing multi engine
Number of Seats:32
Number of Engines:2
Engine Type:Reciprocating
Engine Manufacturer and Model:P & W R-1830 SERIES
Also Registered As:
N337AF  Re-registered as N123DZ

Aircraft

Registration Number:N123DZ
Mode S (ICAO24) Code:A05F3A
Certification Class:Standard
Certification Issued:1995-01-28
Air Worthiness Test:1962-05-08
Last Action Taken:2004-02-10
Current Status:Undel Tri

Owner

Registration Type:Corporation
Owner:South Florida Aircraft Leasing Inc
Address:Cooper City, FL 33330
United States
Region:Southern

User Comments

Glenn E. Chatfield, 2012-02-14 14:18:11
 This aircraft was built as C-47A 42-92227 and delivered to the USAAF on 10/25/43, but then allocated to the RCAF as Dakota Mk.III FL595. On 12/22/43 it was assigned to No. 32 Operational Training Unit at Patricia Bay, Canada. SOC on 12/5/45, going to War Assets Corporation on 5/1/46. On 1/26/47 it became CF-TDM with Trans Canada Airlines. In 1962 the plane was sold as N9124R to Remmert Werner in St. Louis, MO, who was involved in DC-3 modifications. On 7/5/62 the plane was registered N165J with Ozark Air Lines, but the next year it was traded to Fairchild-Hiller for an FH.227. Over the next several years the plane changed hands numerous times until in February 1987 it became N337AF with America Air Freight. At some later date the plane was re-registered as N123DZ. (Information from Arthur Pearcy’s 1988 book, “Douglas DC-3 Survivors).