The bright yellow N9MB commonly wowed the crowds at the POF Airshow with its vivid, one-of-a-kind design and swooshing sound as it flew along the flight line. The N9MB was built in 1944. The four prototypes were painted in different colors, this one bright yellow, and were flight tested at the Muroc Army Airfield, now Edwards Air Force Base, to determine the maneuverability and controllability of the XB-35. The design of the XB-35 was the basis for the B-2 Stealth Bomber. While the other N9M flying wing prototypes were destroyed, this one was obtained by Ed Maloney, the founder of POF, in the 1950s. The restoration took 13 years, from 1981 to 1994, and, since then, the POF has meticulously kept the airplane in immaculate condition.