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2 of 73. Pilot & Co-pilot seats restored.

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3 of 73. Pilot & Co-pilot seats restored.

4 of 73. Pilot & Co-pilot seats restored.

5 of 73. We shared a hanger with this beauty.

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7 of 73. Ray Helmick left front.

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11 of 73. Ray actually hand sewed these seats.

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15 of 73. 238 was in a sad condition when she arrived in Essex.

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17 of 73. Doc Rosenbloom doing some sheet medal work.

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18 of 73. Doc Rosenbloom doing some sheet medal work.

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19 of 73. Ray Helmick restoring the green house which the 134th AHC funded.

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23 of 73. Ray Helmick painting 238's tail number back on.

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24 of 73. Bruce Porter was one of the pilots that flew 238.

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25 of 73. Bruce Porters son, Dan Porter, was the artist that restored the nose art.

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28 of 73. Dan Porter, son of Bruce Porter, is the artist that did this nose art.

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33 of 73. George Scott, former 134th AHC member.

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35 of 73. Hans spraying the 134 back on the pilot door.

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36 of 73. Happy to point out the newly painted 134 on the door.

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38 of 73. Karl Renz (former 134th AHC memeber) brought Take Me Home Huey by the museum

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45 of 73. Karl is a former 134th AHC member.

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46 of 73. Karl facilitated the move of 238 to the Maryland Fairground for display.

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47 of 73. Karl facilitated the move of 238 to the Maryland Fairground for display.

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48 of 73. Ray Helmick restoring the one of the horizontal stabilizers.

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50 of 73. Ray prepping for 238's removal from the hanger.

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51 of 73. 238 sustained much damage on the flight line during the winter.

52 of 73. The damage to 238 was due to flying ice caused by a snow plow.

53 of 73. More structual damage.

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60 of 73. Ray restoring the co-pilot door frame.

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65 of 73. George Scott dropped by for a visit.

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67 of 73. Hans explaining the history of 238 to some museum visitors.

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68 of 73. Hans handing over a donation check from 134th AHC to the Museum.

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69 of 73. 238 being lifted into position for display at the Maryland Fairgrounds.

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71 of 73. Jean & Jim Cowan were on hand at the MD Fairground display.

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72 of 73. Gun crew after a support mission with 238 in the background.

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