Jet #3 — N760H, Serial Number 5
N760H was definitely purchased through Olive's business agreement with Morane-Saulnier [Mike Jerram, General Aviation]. Her first owners? Henry and Louise Timken, who I know from railroad fame for inventing the tapered roller bearing [Demonstration Locomotive]. The two took turns piloting her, holding onto N760H into 1969-1970. A Neil Cargile became her owner at that point, and the Timkens bought a Learjet [Alex Kvassay, Professional Pilot Magazine, Geoff Goodall].
Neil Cargile was a man with a colorful life. He had learned to fly in the US Navy, and he was known for appearing at clubs with his girlfriend while they were both in gowns. He ran a mining company by day. His most noteworthy news appearances happen after N2NC née N760H passed through his hands.
In 1973, N760H had become N2NC which became N2TE in 1981, then XB-FJO in 1990 while registered in Mexico, before returning to the US as N2TE in 1996. Those in-between times are hard to follow. She would crash that year, sadly killing three people whose lives merit stories of their own.