August 17, 1934, Northwest Airlines received their third Electra; the last Electra to have the reversed windscreen. This was converted to a mainstream look in the spring of 1935.
NC14244 roughly 1937, the paint scheme was red lettering against a black set of wings. This was done to correspond with the company's introduction of the Lockheed 14 Super Electra which the airline dubbed the "Sky Zephyr."
1003 flew with Northwest for roughly six years and in 1940 was sold to the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) and given the registration 7633.
The Electra flew with the RCAF until December 14, 1944, when it was damaged in a crash landing in Edmonton, Canada.
Edmonton Journal, Thursday, December 14, 1944
Photo of 7633, c/n 1033, after crash landing. Photo taken 1945.