Above – Vintage Pictures of the Aircraft back in 1948 taken in Chanute AFB, Illinois, modified from AT-6D to T-6D.


  • North American Aviation build on 19th October 1944
  • October 1944: Air Training Command, 2533rd AAF Base Unit in Goodfellows/Texas
  • October 1944: Technical School ATC, 3502nd AAF Base Unit in Chanute, Illinois
  • August 1948: 3345th Technical Training Command, ATC Chanute AFB Illinois Modified to T-6D Standard
  • May 1951: Air Material Command in Wright, Patterson-Field AFB Ohio
  • June 1951: Air Material Command, Ontario, Canada
  • January 1953: Air Material Command, St. Jean Quebec, Canada
  • August 1954: 3040th Aircraft Storage Squadron, Davis-Monthan, AFB
  • September 1954: Sold to a private American operator. Registered as N7420C
  • 1993: Sold to Germany
  • 2002: Sold to Walter Kampsmann and Ralf Kaldenbach, German Reg. as D-FURY in EDKA/Aachen-Merzbrรผck
  • 2005: Based in EDNS/Schwabmรผnchenhttps://german-historic-flight.de/index.php?category_id=4&fid=164

2022 D-FURY has a make-over!

This article was updated on 24th January 2022 with new information supplied from the current owner Thomas Raith.

The Aircraft was restored by my good Friend Ralf Kaldenbach( Co-Owner) and me between September 2005 and November 2017 back to its Original Condition as it was in the early 50 ‘. The first flight was in December 2017.

The new Homebase is now in Donauwรถrth/ Genderkingen Airfield (EDMQ) in southern Germany. Where it’s sitting in our Hangar next to a Stearman and Pilatus P3.

I’ve attached some pictures of the Aircraft after the Restoration.
The history of the Aircraft is unique since there was only one civilian owner who had the Aircraft from 1954 until the early 2000 ‘.
The Aircraft has never been restored, and nothing has been changed or modified until we acquired it.

Underneath, we found all original USAF Markings and used the exact Location for the Restoration.