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Stinson AT-19 and Tiger Moth

Discussion in 'Military Vehicle Restoration' started by Stinson AT19, Oct 11, 2009.

  1. Stinson AT19

    Stinson AT19 Member

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    These are some of the projects I've been working on. The Stinson with the jeep attached to it is Serial Number 4, it is the oldest Stinson AT-19 flying. It served with 752 Squadron at Piarco Trinidad during the war. The work on the project Stinson has been going on about 15 years, it spent the war in India. The picture with the tail up in the air is when we were doing a fuel system test. It has taken awhile to find all of the original Royal Navy items to complete the interior but I think I have them all now. The Tiger Moth biplane was built in 1943 by Morris Motors. It served with 234 Squadron til the end of the war and then went to the Belgian Air Force. It finally immigrated to the States in the mid 60's.
     

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    THis is awsome!
     
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