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Picture of the De Havilland Canada DHC-4A Caribou aircraft

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N400NC (cn 240) Ex Kenyan Air Force (204) "Liza Suzanne". Finished in champagne gold colours. Departed with radial engines but converted to turbine power using PT-6s in Canada. Crashed on take-off on 27.08.92. Appoximately 25 hours with PT-6s.
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A visitor from United States posted Sun August 28, 2005:
So sad that this airplane is gone! R.I.P.

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