Hanging over my desk I have a shot that I took of "Rascal" taking off from Breckenridge, Texas in May, 1983 at the annual airshows/parties thrown by Howard Pardue, Bill Arnot, Nelson Ezell, and the rest of the Breckenridge gang. Then owned by Bob Byrne, "Rascal" is N6341T, 44-74474, one of the many aircraft passed from the USAF to the RCAF, to DeFuria/Ritts, and finally Aero Enterprises before being sold to various individual buyers. "Rascal" is now well know to many, painted as Bid Anderson's "Old Crow" (44-14450) with Jack Roush.
N6341T...........once had a beautiful red-white-gold civil paint. Repainted this gawdy scheme after Bob Byrne of Detroit got it. Now belongs to Jack Rousch.
owned by Bob Byrne, who bought and sold a number of mustangs in the early 80's.
Lynn Allen II
My guess is Bob Byrne's 1st mustang. Nice photo.
Bob Byrnes' Rascal.
I think this is 44-74474 N6341T when owned by Bob Byrne in Michigan. Currently Jack Rousch.
This is N6341T 44-74474 when owned by Bob Byrne in Detroit. It is now Jack Roush's OLD CROW.
Bob Byrn's Rascal Parked at Detroit City Airport, probably early 80s or so N6341T (now? N51RZ) 44-74474
I used to work for Bob Byrne & his daughter Kate in DC in the early 80s. Is he still alive?
My father is the man who owned n6341t with the red white black and gold civil paint job that Valdo Lenoch is talking about.Dad is still here and doing well.I think the number n6341t has been written off