MAPS Air Museum2260 International Parkway
North Canton, Ohio 44720
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Category Archives: Restorations
At the beginning of Spring, we asked if the PT-19 would be done by the Honor Flight Party. The answer was that they would do their best. Well, there best was outstanding. They had the aircraft put back together for … Continue reading
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The B-26 now sits on her landing gear for the first time in 40 years. The crew is making steady progress in all areas, including the two sets of flaps that have been scratch built.
Tom Hughes corrected the history of this Tug. It appears that we were in error thinking this was one of the airport’s original tugs. Tom said that he requested that it be brought to MAPS from BF Goodrich’s operations at … Continue reading
Another important piece of the F-100D SuperSabre was installed Saturday. She welcomed the attachment of her fuel tanks.
Jean Ann III our full scale P-51 model is being moved to the hanger for final assembly, final painting and detailing. We hope to get approval from the Airport to place it on Massillon Road by the Green Highway Department.
Saturday was another big day for the B-26 as the crew installs the rudder.
Last year, the younger members of MAPS asked permission to restore the amphibian plane. Their original goal was to paint it so it could be included in the Memorial Day Parade. They met their goal by loading Holly on a … Continue reading
Dave Pawski and lots of MAPS Members install the Right Wing on the B-26 for the first time since it was brought back from Alaska. Many MAPS Members have made contributions to the plane during the past 15 years. Congratulations … Continue reading
On Sunday June 17th, MAPS member Ken Ramsay dedicated his 7 year long project. This plane along with 6 others where recovered from Florida in 2003. Ken being a former F-100 pilot took the task on to restore the plane … Continue reading
A picture is worth a thousand words. Great job guys! Click on the picture to see a U-tube video of the start.