From warplane to spy plane, a PV-1 Ventura returns to its Central Florida roots and restoration for an aviation park. Visitors see only the hollow, bare-metal nakedness about it now, but teams of restoration volunteers can imagine the wingless Lockheed PV-1 Ventura, after another two years or so of attention to detail, once again taking flight.
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