This is the oldest B-24A variant in existence.
It was number 18 of an order of 20 LB-30Bs for the RAF. It was involved
in an accident on its delivery flight to Canada in 1941. Consolidated
rebuilt it to a transport configuration, and it was used as a company
aircraft during World War II.
In 1971, this LB-30B received the paint scheme and markings of the
98th Bomb Group, 9th U.S. Air Force.