N17 #1 LOOK! FELLA'S 'ME DOOD IT' THE 'CONOCO KID', 7BG
N17 #2. Reported as LOVELY LOUISE, this might be an F-7B as it is in company with a 20CMS F-7B, but I have no other images to match with it.
N17 #2a Added 7 December 2013 LORELIE, a B-24J-CO, probably a -195, 44-41xxx, known to be from 7BG 436BS.
N17 #3 LUCILLE
N17 #5 LUCKY 7, C-87, probably operated by UAL on behalf of ATC.
N17 #6 LUCKY DOG, 6BG on the painted aircraft
N17 #6a - the same aircraft after stripping to NMF
N17 #7 LUCKY LADY
N17 #8 LUCKY PENNY, 446BG
N17 #9 LUCKY STRIKE, 460BG
N17 #10 LUSCIOUS LACE, 7BG
N17 #11 LUSCIOUS LUCY, 484BG
N17 #12 LYNN'S PLAYBOYS, 451BG
N17 #13 MADAM LA ZONGA, 454BG; after the 1941 comedy film and Jimmy Dorsey song.
N17 #13a MADAM VENGEANCE, a B-24H-CF of 459BG. The 641 is the Northwest Airlines modification number and has no association with the (unknown) AAF serial
N17 #14 THE MAD DUCK, 5BG OKC Droopsnoot mod
N17 #15 THE MAGGIE-NUT, 455BG
N17 #16 MAGGIE'S DELIGHT, another OKC mod of the 5BG
N17 #17 MAGGIE THE WAR HORSE
N17 #18 THE MAGIC CARPET, 389BG
N17 #18a: Another MAGIC CARPET, this one a B-24J-CF which would indicate a Mediterranean theatre unit as all J-CFs were allocated to stateside training, the RAF and 9th, 12th and 15th Air Forces. The background indicates a rudimentary airfield supporting the theory.
N17 #19 MAIDEN AMERICA, 15AF
N7 #19A MAIDEN HEAD; an 8AF lead Pathfinder
N17 #20a MAID IN USA. Previously mis-identified as a 455BG aircraft, now known to be 454BG. Both units operated from San Giovanni and the confusion often arises.
N17 #21 MAJOR DIXON'S TAILWIND, 6BG. On the demise of Major Dixon, it became known as simply TAILWIND.
N17 #24 MALIGNENT BITCH
N17 #26 MAMMY YOKUM, 376BG
N17 #27 Another MAMMY YOKUM, a Ford with 44-50xxx readable