The home of everything related to Twin Navion and Camair aircraft
N5128K sits among several other civil aircraft in a corner of the Pima Air and Space Museum during a 1999 visit.
Photo courtesy of Ken McTavish
Sitting in the shade, Jack McGorray captured N5128K during an October 2003 visit.
Photo courtesy of Jack McGorray
More than a decade later, N5128K has been relocated to another area of the museum's vast property.
Photo courtesy of Karsten Palt via flugzeuginfo.net
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A close-up view of the unique inboard leading edge on N5128K. At the wing root, the new leading edge is approximately 6 or 7 inches
forward of the original.
Photo courtesy of Trevor McTavish