After the Sno-Freighter was recovered, it eventually ended up in Bear Creek, YT. It did not leave until 1965, when it was purchased by a private party. The tan colored tarp show in the image below covers the burnt out engine compartment. The Sno-Freighter now sits outside of Fairbanks, AK as part of the Gold Daughters outside museum tour. The photo below is dated May of 1965.

VC-22 Sno-Freighter, Photo credit: Millen Collection

The Millen Collection was generous and allowed me to share this photo, and others to come in my Overland Trains book.