Aero Spacelines 377MG Mini-Guppy

Named "Spirit of Santa Barbara."

First flew August 11, 1949; Pan Am N1037V. Converted in 1967. The Guppy family was growing in 1981. She carries kit parts for Super Guppies No.3, F-GDSG and No.4, F-GEAI assembled in Le Bourget. Later N422AU.
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@ 2010-08-30 00:09:33
I think that one is now owned by Erickson Aircrane of Central Point OR and is used for transporting disassembled CH-54 Skycrane helicopters to remote operating locations. The Tillamook museum is owned by Jack Erickson, founder of the company.