The second (third ?) use of the name “Condor” by the Curtiss company was for a twin-engined biplane airliner/bomber. Sort of a derivative of the first Condor via de Condor CO transport, by the time of its first flight in 1933 the design was certainly an anachronism. It had its qualities though and circa 45 were produced for both the civilian and the military market. They gained some notoriety at the time for the sleeper-serviced provided by American Airlines.
The appropriately titled Peruvian airline Condor Peruana de Aviacion S.A. acquired four late-production bombers in 1939 and converted them into cargo aircraft. Condor operated their Condors “Sky Trucks” over the the harsh Peruvian heights, some of them well into the 1950s.