Over the past few months the team at Vintage Fighter Restorations (VFR) at Scone NSW has been working on and conducting maintenance on several of the Pay’s fleet of Warbirds and this provides an opportunity to view interesting detail of some of the Warbirds internals that is rarely able to be seen. Curtiss P-40E 41-25109 (RAF […]
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Great progress has been made on the restoration work being carried out by Vintage Fighter Restorations at Scone NSW on two Mk IX Supermarine Spitfires, MH603 and MH415. Supermarine Spitfire HF Mk. IXb MH415 Since our last report in August, the restoration on Spitfire MH415 has made significant progress. The wings were previously dismantled and a […]Australian Warbirds, Historic Aircraft, Warbird Restoration Projects, Warbirds
Original WWI Aircraft are very rare in collections of Warbirds around the world and one of the rarest of these is an original Bristol M.1C Scout. Even more significant is the association of the aircraft with a famous Australian, Capt. Harry Butler RFC. This particular aircraft is Serial Number C5001, one of just 125 operational […]Australian Warbirds, Aviation Museums, Historic Aircraft, Vintage Aircraft, WW1 aircraft