NA6 #4 CHIP'S CLIPPER, the remains of this B-24D1 (on right) in a Morotai graveyard
NA6 #5 CHRISTINE - looks like another of the late 43BG artwork
NA6 #6 CITY OF FORT WORTH. Just for a change, NOT a Ford PR job, but Consolidated Fort Worth's effort. This is probably Your Honor, the Mayor, christening the first (?) B-24D-CF to come off the production line.
NA6 #7 CITY OF WYANDOTTE - THIS is Ford PR at work. It is suspected that these aircraft, paid for by those for whom it was named was simply a random aircraft off the line, painted, photographed and cleaned off.
NA6 #8 CLAY COUNTY, IOWA appears to be on the San Diego hardstand, so another PR job.
NA6 #9 CHUBBY, 392BG
NA6 #10 CHUBBY, 44BG
NA6 #11 THE COLIN KELLY, B-24E that the Ford PR people have worked on. They have even taped over the serial information! The christener remains unidentified.
NA6 #12 COLOSSAL FOSSIL
NA6 #13 COMING HOME! SOON
NA6 #14 CONDEMNED, 7BG
NA6 #15 CORAL PRIINCESS
NA6 #16 CORPORAL GEE-EYE, 7BG
NA6 #17 COVER GIRL, PB4Y-1
NA6 #18 CRATER MAKER
NA6 #20 CUNTRY CUZIN, PB4Y-1
NA6 #20a CYCLONE - B-24J-CO of 308BG. The 308th have too many of this particular variant with no known name that it is not possible to narrow down the serial range
NA6 #21 DOPEY, RAF General Reconnaissance (GR = Anti-Sub)