You’re a lucky man! I’ve only heard the sound of a B-36 on film. I’d give anything to see one fly again. Pipe dream for sure. Those machines were so complex and had so many moving parts that there was always something different breaking down. I guess the magnesium components would have long since degraded on any of the nicer static examples too. I’m guessing that would be a multi-hundred million $$$$ project these days. Oh well, there’s always imagination.
When I was about four years old, we lived abeam the runway at Carswell AFB, base housing, in a house that backed-up to the actual airfield area, when they had B-36s stationed there.
When they took-off, the ground shook.