In this aviation print, the DC-6 and C-170 Airplanes are parked at the local airport in the early 1950s. The Douglas DC-6 was engineered from 1946 to1959 with 700 sold. Today, the DC-6 is sometimes used in fighting wildfires. The Cessna 170 was unusual because it was manufactured with a metal fuselage and tail but with fabric covered wings. Production ceased in 1956.
This print was originally done in watercolors and measures about 10" x 15". The unframed print arrives with a brief bio of the scene. The print is numbered, signed, and matted to about 15" x 20". For $5.00 more the print can be personalized with a short greeting and name.