Sure enough. It's absolutely a prototype. Never noticed that bathroom window. In addition to the yin-yang table and trapezoid front windows, the fridge and Sony TVs are slightly different as well. We'll assume the couch was replaced at some point. I guess there could potentially be up to five prototypes (1001 - 1005). That's a good looking unit.
We have a 2013 Classic paint Wright Flyer. Husband had a severe accident and we rarely used it (not at all for over a year) and are having to sell it. How do I find the serial or model number? Also, if anyone knows someone who has been looking for one, here it is!
Welcome to the Aviator family Busguy! You could have the first Wright-Flyer ever built. 1903 is the earliest serial number I have seen. The Aviator is unique but our owners group have them pretty well figured out and can answer almost any questions you may have.
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