File Description: A texture set for Manfred Jahn's C-47 showing c/n 25928 in Rhodesian Air Services colours registration VP-YUU. The aircraft was delivered to the USAF as 43-48667 in 1943. In 1944 she was transfered to the RAF as KJ897. From 1951 she was registered as G-AMKE and was operated first by Field's and then BEA. From 1961 to 1962 she was leased to South Pacific Airlines of NZ. In 1962 she was bought by Rhodesian Air Services and later sold to Central African Airways, eventually becoming 9J-RDR when transfered to Zambia Airways after the break up of CAA. The front section of her fuselage was preserved as a "Dak in the wall" pub at Phoebus Apollo Aviation in Johannesburg.