1941 DOUGLAS DC-3A N33644 s/n 2234

Delivered as a DST(Douglas Sleeper Transport) Western Air Lines Inc.



50,800 Hrs TTSNEW


Pratt & Whitney R1830-92, 1200 H.P.
LH:                  450 Hrs SMOH
RH:                 770 Hrs SMOH


Garmin 530 GPS/Nav/Comm
King KX-155 with KI 209 VOR/ LOCGS indicator
Narco AT-150 Transponder
Collins AMR-250 Audio Panel
Dual instrument Panels


Recent Tires, Tubes, Brake Pucks and Expander Tubes: New Zero Time Components
Standard DC-3 Drum Brakes
822 Gal. Fuel
Good Fabric


Hamilton Standard 23E50-505,
AD 81-13-06R1 completed 2023 Due next in 2028             
LH:                  324 Hrs SPOH
RH:                 323 Hrs SPOH



Originally ordered for United Airlines, the aircraft was impressed by the AAC for the war effort and used throughout Canada and Alaska to haul supplies for the Alaskan Highway. After the War it returned to Douglas Aircraft and was placed back into airline service for Western Air Lines. It left airline service in the 60’s and has been owned by several collectors. Over the last several years the aircraft has flown about 50 hours per year.


Fresh Part 91 100 Hour Inspection
Wing Pull- AD 63-23-01 done by Aero Metal May 2019 @50,764 Hours
AD 66-18-02 done May 2019 @ 50,764 Hours-Wing attach angles and doublers
AD 68-07-05 Done @ 50,568 Elevator Rib inspection
AD 92-06-15 Done @ 50,362 Wing Structure inspection
Excellent FAA Approved Maintenance Program (Part 91)
Aircraft records very complete
Training available to qualified pilots after the sale.


Painted silver with Western Air Lines markings


Airline style- vintage look, 2 Pilot Seats, Cockpit Jump Seat, Passenger Seats, 2 place couch