An amazing history the 'Lady be Good' is a US Liberator bomber that crashed into the libyan desert during WW2, the surviving crew walked 100+ miles in 8 days with just one canteen in a vain attempt to escape. Amazingly the aircraft flew on after they'd bailed out and later crash landed, it was rediscovered in 1958 in a remarkable condition and in 1960 all the crews bodies except one were located.
Here is a link giving much more detail. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lady_Be_Good_(aircraft)
In 1994 Col Gaddafi's men drove into the desert, cut it into more manageable pieces and loaded it onto lorries. It was then driven to Tobruk where it was supposed to be going into a Museum. This did not happen, it initially went to a military base and was later moved to Jamal Abdelnasser Air Force Base where it was parked up. I understand it was still there in the early 2000's.
But the question is has it survived the recent fighting? is it still there?
If it has here's hoping it'll one day find its way into a museum to preserve whats left for the future.