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Historic Aircraft Museum

EXHIBITS

Historic Aviation Museum

AIRCRAFT EXHIBITS

Aircraft Currently on Display in Our Showroom

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DeHavilland Tiger Moth DH82A 1938

1930’s biplane operated by the RAF and others as a primary trainer. Both military and civil applications, they remain...
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Gee Bee Model E 1932

The Gee Bee Model E, also known as the Gee Bee sportster, is a wonderful small aircraft designed by Granville...
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1946 Cessna 140

The Cessna 120/140 Models were forerunners to today's modern all metal Cessna airplanes....
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1924 Dormoy Bathtub (Replica)

The Dormoy Bathtub was a simple-to-construct, high wing racing aircraft of the 1920s. ...
+ Scheichler Glider suspended in the Aeromuseum

Schleicher Ka6E Glider

The Ka6E was first built in Germany by Alexander Schleicher. An improved version of the Ka6 first built in the...
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1931 Curtiss-Wright “Junior”

At least 270 of these "homely" looking little airplanes were built in 1931, as word got around about how much...
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1929 Corben “Baby Ace”

The Baby Ace was designed in 1929 by O.G. Corben in Topeka, Kansas, as a cross between the Heath Parasol...
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1932 Benny Howard “Mike”

This airplane, a replica of the famous pylon racer of the thirties... ...
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1959 de Havilland DHC-I Chipmunk

The Chipmunk served as a military trainer for the Royal Canadian Air Force and British Royal Air Force, as well...
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1953 Mooney Mite M-18LA

These little airplanes quickly gained fame for their performance and economy, with the promise of two miles per hour for...
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1949 CallAir A-2

This is the same model CallAir Kenneth Arnold was flying when he witnessed what is generally considered the first widely...
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1928 Travel Air 2000

The Travel Air 2000 was known for its quality in construction, reliability, efficiency, and capacity (two passengers in the front...
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1930 Rose Parakeet

The Rose Parakeet was designed and produced in the 1930s as a single seat sport biplane. ...
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1933 Fairchild 22-C7B

In a time when it was more common to see biplanes than monoplanes, the Fairchild 22 was considered a very...
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1940 Fairchild M62 PT-19

This aircraft was one of the primary training aircraft for the United States Army Air Forces, the Royal Air Force...
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1940 Fairchild 24W-40

This aircraft was fitted with floats and used extensively during WWII as a coastal patrol aircraft after December 7, 1941. ...
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1929 Boeing P-12C (Replica)

The P-12 replaced the F3B as the US Navy's primary carrier-based fighter. Only 96 "C" models were built...
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1932 Pietenpol “Sky Scout”

Designed by Bernard Pietenpol, this 1928 design originally called for the use Of a Ford Model engine, ...
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1946 Taylorcraft Model BC12-D

The Taylorcraft BC 12-D is an American light, single-engine, high-wing general aviation monoplane ...
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1943 Aeronca L3 “Grasshopper”

Some 1400 of these great little aircraft were built for the Army Air Corps through 1943. Used extensively for liason,...
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1946 Aeronca 7AC “Champ”

The Aeronca 7AC "Champ" was designed in 1944 by Ray Hermes. Ray started the design by listing everything he disliked...
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1936 Aeronca C3B “Master”

Of the approximately 500 C3's built from 1931 to 1936, only a handful remain, with even fewer still flying. ...
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1930 Stinson SM8A “Detroiter”

Also known as the "Junior," the first Stinson Detroiters had six seats and were initially marketed to small regional airlines....
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1942 Laister–Kauffman LK–10A (TG–4A)

Over 150 of these sailplanes were delivered to the U.S. Army as two–place training gliders. They were very popular for...
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Bowlus BA–100 “Baby Albatross”

The kit-built Baby Albatross was one of the most popular sailplanes of the pre-World War II era....
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1937 Beech C17B “Staggerwing”

One of the outstanding classic aircraft of the 1930s era, the nickname "Staggerwing" was due to the unusual arrangement of...
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Piper J3C-65 Cub

This Piper J3 Cub has trained more tail wheel pilots than any other aircraft...
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1939 Taylorcraft Model B

Although the Model A was a great success in the 1930’s with its 40 hp engine, the 65 hp version...

OTHER COLLECTIONS

On Display in Our Showroom

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1932 Aircraft Tug West Coast Airlines

This tug was used extensively by West Coast Airlines as a baggage tug and aircraft tug. West Coast Airlines was...
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1929 Link Trainer

Edwin Link developed this trainer in 1929 because of the need for a safe way to teach new pilots how...
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Boeing B-17G Instrument Panel

Boeing B-17G Instrument Panel...
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1923 Ford Model T Roadster

During the first 30 years of the last century, the Model T was extremely popular with the general public. At...