Robert Grienert has recently completed the restoration of a Curtiss P40E Kittyhawk, tail number 41-25163, for the Pima Air and Space Museum of Tucson, Arizona USA. The aircraft is a composite restoration utilizing components from several sources. The aircraft fuselage was built at Wangaratta by Precision Aerospace and then completed along with its Alaskan wings […]
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Another of the real gems housed in the Australian War Memorial collection is one of just seven remaining original WWI manufactured, Royal Aircraft Factory designed SE.5a aircraft. The aircraft is currently displayed in the in the exhibition of WWI Aviation at the AWM. The aircraft is finished in the colors of D6950 2SQN AFC which […]Australian Flying Corps, Australian Warbirds, Fighter Aircraft, Historic Aircraft, WW1 aircraft
The Historical Aircraft Restoration Society (HARS) took delivery of one of its most ambitious projects yet with the formal handover of former RAAF Lockheed Orion AP-3C A9-753 from Chief of Air Force Air Marshal Leo Davies AO CSC on Friday 3rd November 2017.The aircraft has been approved for flying service with HARS by both the […]Australian Warbirds, Aviation Museums, Cold War, RAAF historic aircraft, Warbirds