N754 inside at least.
Photo: Mark Witteveen © 21 November 2017
N754 on Lake Hood.
Photo: Unknown photographer © - via Philippe Colin Collection
N754 "The Ugly Duckling" visits Victoria.
Photo: Neil Aird © 30 October 1995
Photo: Keith Bollands © 2000
N754 at Anchorage on wheels.
Photo: Jack Hayes © 01 June 1974 - Kenneth I. Swartz Collection
N754 on regular amphib set up, visiting Fairbanks.
Photo: John Kimberley © July 1979 - Kenneth I. Swartz Collection
N754 at Fairbanks Airport.
Photo: John P. Stewart © August 1972 - Jay Serlock Collection


FAEC-29 • FAR-29



FAEC-29 Cuban Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Ejercito de Cuba.

FAR-29 Later, Fuerza Aérea Revolucionaria. Delivered 19-Jun-1958. Used by Escuadron de Transporte. Change of suffix after 1959. Withdrawn from use circa 1961.

N754 United States Department of the Interior, Anchorage, AK. Regd 05-Apr-1968.

• Noted by author 14-Sep-1968 @ Anchorage, AK • Noted again Sep-1995 @ Anchorage, AK., and as pictured above at Victoria, BC., in 1997.

The strangest looking Beaver ever ?

A/W 06-Jan-1971. Canx 19-Mar-2013.

Note: Donated to Alaska Aviation Museum at Lake Hood, Anchorage, AK.

Note: Fitted with Garrett AiResearch turbine powerplant. Converted by Volpar Inc., Van Nuys, CA. Modified with two additional wing tanks, strengthened cabin floor, cockpit moved forwards. Empty weight reduced by 398 lbs.

Note: Now on display in terminal at Anchorage International Airport / PANC.

Museum / Display