At the pancake breakfast we had 12 TF-34s fly in. Quite a sight and sound.
The second Cutlass ailavator is complete and primed.
Carl took over the restoration of the Cutlass’s exhaust section. Going to be a difficult job, that’s titanium.
The skin is coming off of the left outer wing of the Cutlass. This is last week’s photo. The skin is all off. Reskin to begin next Wednesday.
The left drop tank has been installed on the F-105.
And the right tanks is being readied for installation.
Bruce did a great job refurbishing the PT-19’s propeller. Today it was installed (and top photos).
Chet’s Beech now has both engine cowlings and propellers. The interior is being spruced up.
John’s restoration of the CASSUTT JS-1 racer is coming along. Jack Saum flew this plane at the 1973 Reno air Race, 1982 at Oshkosh and set 500 km & 1000 km speed records in 1983/1985. It only weighs 600 pounds.
Skin being fitted on the Corsair’s right inner wing.
Carl has started the restoration process on the Cutlass’s aft end.
Another load of scrap heading to the dealer. Larry does a great job collecting scrap and getting rid of it.
On the 22nd-24th of September we had a great Scout week-end. No problems or incidents and the Scouts were really interested.