XC-BIV 'Cuauhtemoc', known to have served the President of Mexico and his staff, at Fort Worth, Texas, in August 1958.
Former RCAF B-25J on a pedestal at the Museo Tecnologico de la Comision Federal de Electricidad in Mexico City.
Anonimous B-25 as the centerpiece of a park in Mexico City in May 1982.
The nose, and unique artwork, of one of the FAM B-25Js still survives in Mexico in the hands of a private collector.
TB-25N XB-MOP in poor state at Miami, circa 1966.
Photos of Mexico's trio of B-25Js are extremely rare. This view of BM 3503, the final example, is believed to represent the definitive markings used by the FAM.
FAM B-25J BMM-3501 at Guatemala City's La Aurora airfield, 1946 or 1947. Note rocket rail stubs under the starboard wing.
TB-25N XB-DAD appearing to be essentially stock. Nothing further is known about the use or fate of this aircraft.
Apparently built as a B-25J, XB-GAR is another mysterious Mexican civil-registered Mitchell, shown here in its first known Mexican colour scheme.
XB-GAR again, this time in a snazzy colour scheme, and after having rather extensive damage to the faired-over nose glazing.