Warbirds Online presents the latest update on the CAC Boomerang restorations being undertaken by Greg Batts of Combat Aircraft Constructions at Archerfield, Queensland. We last reported on progress on the Boomerangs in August 2016 and since then there is much progess to reveal. On Saturday 25th of March 2017 Greg held an open day at his new […]
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Warbirds Online promotes the restoration of historic Warbirds & connects historic aircraft owners & historians with news on the exciting developments in the Warbird world, particularly in Australia. While our focus is pre 1948 aircraft and aviation history we have an interest in any historic aircraft which are no longer currently serving. Our aim is to also share historical Warbird photographs and film and to preserve and promote their history.
Warbirds Online had the opportunity to view the progress on the restoration of DHC4 Caribou A4-228 at Caboolture with the Australian Aviation Heritage Centre Queensland. Once again amazing progress has been made since the last report. The Caribou has had a phenomenal amount of work completed on it including detail electrical, hydraulic and control cable […]Australian Warbirds, RAAF historic aircraft, Warbird Restoration Projects, Warbirds
Today we share an update on the refurbishment taking place on CA-18 Mk.21 Mustang A68-110 VH-MFT at Caboolture Qld. Warbirds Online visited the ongoing refurbishment of this aircraft during a workshop open day over the 25 and 26th of March 2017. Since our last visit much more of the aircraft has been dismantled including the […]Australian Warbirds, RAAF historic aircraft, Warbird Restoration Projects
Curtiss P-40E 41-25109 (RAF serial ET433) was the second of two P40 aircraft acquired by the late Col Pay. The first being P40E Hawk 87A-3 c/n 15133 AK752 / VH-KTH. Upon the sale of VH-KTH in 1994, P-40E 41-25109 was acquired from Mike Subritzky, Auckland-Dairy Flat, New Zealand (NZ) who had owned the aircraft since 1991. […]Australian Warbirds, Historic Aircraft, Warbird Restoration Projects, Warbirds