Does anyone know if this plane 44-84084 served in WWII as 44-69685?
Histories from Joe Baugher's pages
44-84084 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress
Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45. Modified as SB-29B with underfuselage boat At Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Jan50
Reclaimed at Yokota AB, Japan 15Sep54
Transferred to US Navy. Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
One of four B-29s obtained by Walt Disney Studios from the U.S. Navy at NAWS China Lake for use in the movie *The Last Flight of Noah's Ark* 1979-80
Assigned to USAF Museum Loan Program; on loan to Travis AFB, CA, 1987. Wings of 44-84084 used in rebuild of 44-61535 on display at Castle Air Museum, Atwater, CA.
To Weeks Air Museum, Tamiami, FL, 1987-1991. In store at Fantasy of Flight Museum, Polk City, Florida.
Stored disassembled, Borrego Springs, CA, 1987-1991.
Owned by Aero Trader, Chino, CA. Offered for sale as a potential flying restoration package.
44-69685 Delivered to USAAF 19Dec44.
Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam (28th BS, 19th BG, 314th BW, 20th AF, "City of Boston/Miss Behavin") flew 34 missions, based on Guam.
Converted to KB-29M.
Reclaimed Tinker AFB, Oklahoma Aug 8, 1954.
What do you think?