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It sits in a very large backyard in Lancaster, California.

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    $\begingroup$ for people thinking it's an AeroCommander/Rockwell Commander, it's not. Vertical stab and cockpit windows (as well as the engine nacelles) are quite different. $\endgroup$ – jwenting Mar 26 at 9:10
  • $\begingroup$ "very large backyard" indeed! $\endgroup$ – FreeMan Mar 27 at 13:23
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Occulted top cockpit windows are quite misleading in identifying this one.

It is a Percival P-50 Prince 2

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It may very well be this exact one:

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Description in source image tells: N206UP, 1953 Percival P-50 Prince 2, C/N: P50/10, Standing in a private garden near Antelope Acres CA

Also provides a googlemaps link

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  • $\begingroup$ The Pembroke was as close as I got, but the windshield made me question my find. Well done! $\endgroup$ – ymb1 Mar 26 at 11:36
  • $\begingroup$ Yes, that is G-ALWH / N206UP now in Antelope Acres, California. flickr.com/photos/ajw1970/27678424762 $\endgroup$ – Mike Sowsun Mar 26 at 16:57
  • $\begingroup$ I can't be the only one who thught "occulted" meant the plane had once belonged to a diabolical sect... $\endgroup$ – Party Ark Mar 26 at 18:50
  • $\begingroup$ @PartyArk feel free to edit, my english is poor. $\endgroup$ – qq jkztd Mar 26 at 19:50
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    $\begingroup$ No your English is perfect. It's an unusual word used entirely appropriately. $\endgroup$ – Party Ark Mar 26 at 21:23

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