The Planes of Fame Museum’s Yokosuka D4Y “Judy” went through its first post-restoration engine run on December 1st in Chino, with Steve Hinton in the cockpit. The aircraft is equiped with a Pratt & Whitney R-1830, replacing the original Japanese engine.
There are presently only two preserved Judys, the other one being located in Japan. The PoF Judy has reportedly been restaured to non-flying status, but will be able to taxi. It was part of a batch of Japanese aircraft found in 1991 by Bruce Fenstermaker on Babo Island, Indonesia.
Source: Aeroplane Monthly