Manufactured in December 1942 JRF-6B Bu0217
to RN FAA as BW814 ntu, FP511: delivered to Trinidad 1942
U.S. Navy Surplus - BuAer 66331 Mk. 1A
Amphibian Air Transport - Long Beach, CA 1947-1949
John W. Mecom Oil Co. - Houston, TX 1949-1954
R.G. Harrell - Hitchcock, TX 1957-1963
U.S. Oil Inc. - Houston, TX 1963
Southeast Airlines - Miami, FL 1963-1964
Antilles Air Boats - U.S.V.I. 1964-1967
AAB first aircraft entered service 2/1/64 - named "Excalibur VII"
accidents 8/27/65 and 12/5/67 see below
KC Aircraft Sheet Metal - Long Beach, CA 1972-1978
AirPac Inc. - Dutch Harbor, AK 1978-1986
Air Metal Fabricators Inc. - Arlington, WA 1991-1996
Palm Springs Air Museum - Palm Springs, CA 1996-2011
Pemberton & Sons Aviation - Spokane, WA 2012-present
AAB's First Aircraft
photo credits Fritz Henle
N95467's current home in Spokane, Washington..
Honor Point Military & Aerospace Museum - Spokane, WA
Museum's N95467's Bio
Pemberton & Son's Aviation - Spokane, WA
Great Article on N95467!
14 pages on the history and subsequent restoration by the Pemberton's of Spokane.
Warbird Digest - Nov. - Dec. 2017
Antilles Air Boats first ramp at St. Croix
Recently found these 2 slides on Ebay. N95467 arriving at Pan Am Pavilion ramp in Christiansted, St. Croix in 1967. (slide #17) The other taken by a passenger looking forward on approach to St. Thomas. (slide #29) Have not identified the pilot as yet, Any thoughts? Always nice to come across new photos.