AIRCRAFT on display
1967 AH-1F Cobra
Two place attack helicopter from Vietnam era.
On loan from US Army.
1996 Model RHC1 Helicopter
A single seat sport helicopter with a two-cycle water cooled engine. Assembled from a kit.
1946 Piper J-3 Cub
Two place, tandem seating aircraft equipped with a Continental 85-hp engine. Military equivalent is the USAAC L-4 "Grasshopper" used for artillery spotting.
1951 Howard "Mustang" S-51D
7/10 scale replica. Aircraft is currently on loan to the National Military History Center in Auburn. Originally equipped with a Chevy 350 engine.
1962 Loving-Wayne model WR-3
Two place, open cockpit, "roadable."
(Wings fold inward prior to towing on roadways.)
Home built, one of a kind.
1915 Nieuport Type II
WWI open cockpit French fighter. This biplane is a 7/10 scale replica of the "Lafayette Escadrille"
fighters flown by American pilots. (Replica built in 1996)
1917 Nieuport Type 24
WWI open cockpit French fighter. This bi-wing aircraft is a 3/4 scale replica of the famous "Storks" fighter squadron. (Replica built in 1976)
1943 Pitts Special S1
Single seat sport biplane. Wood skeleton in need of restoration.
1941 Pratt-Read LNE-1
Two place, side-by-side US Navy Training Glider. In 1952, a LNE-1 set a world altitude record for a glider of 44,255 feet.
1935 Brunner-Winkle, "Speedbird"
A side-by-side, 2-place open cockpit bi-plane. Since this aircraft is the only prototype built, it is very valuable. Last flight was at Oshkosh in 1997.
1946 Vultee/Stinson V-77
Executive style, all metal, enclosed cabin, high wing aircraft with wood, chrome and leather interior including lace curtains. Military version for the USAAF, minus the frills, was the AT-19.
1944 Cessna T-50 "Bobcat"
Twin-engine Trainer & Transport. Same type used in the TV series "Sky King." Military version for the USAAF was the UC-78 and nicknamed the "Bamboo Bomber."
1918 Fokker D. VII
World War I German fighter flying full-scale replica.
F-16 Ejection Seat Training Simulator