I really hope they can refurbish the Camarillo machine. Unfortunately there are no other Martin 404s flying lately.
I fugured out the status of the potentially airworthy Martin 404s, please add or correct anything.
Abovementioned N636X (14135) of Airliners of America View Large View Medium
Photo © Mick Bajcar
the caption is promising, hope they'll get it airworthy again, would probably be the only opportunity to get a pleasure flight on it.
N450A (14141) of the Mid Atlantic Air Museum View Large View Medium
Photo © Howard Chaloner
did presentations and enthousiast flights in the early 1990s, should be airworthy but doesn't seem to fly much since the late 1990s.
N145S (14142) of Airline History Museum (Save-a-Connie) View Large View Medium
Photo © Suresh A. Atapattu
potentially airworthy but didn't fly for years.
N259S (14233) View Large View Medium
Photo © Ralph M. Pettersen
last flight in 2000 to Middle River, Maryland Museum for display
N404CG (14235) in USCG colors, was sold on E-Bay and ferried from Chino to Houston by 2004 for display in Eastern colours. Due to corrosion unlikely to fly again. View Large View Medium
Photo © Jeffrey S. DeVore
Rent-Avion in Venezuela was the last normal airline with Martin-404s but they ceased operations by 2000 as well.