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Very extensive project, one almost completed
$800,000.00
DeHavilland Dove aircraft
This aircraft was the first Dove/Devon used by the Royal New Zealand Air Force.

History:

Arrived in early 1948 and assembled by De Havilland at Rongotai.
Entered the New Zealand Civil Aircraft Register as ZK-AQV.
The C of A was issued on 09 April 1948 and was cancelled on 27 November of that year.
BOC with the RNZAF on 20 April 1948 as a VIP aircraft with the General Purpose Flight based at Ohakea.
To 42 Squadron Ohakea as NZ1801.
Into storage at Woodbourne in June 1963 and advertised for sale by GSB tender 24 April 1970.
Total airframe hours were given as 4003:30.

Sold in April 1970 to Australian Helicopters Ltd, Parafield, SA and registered as VH-MGT 01 June 1971.
To Airfast Helicopters, Mascot, NSW 20 November 1974.
To Armor Coatings Ltd, Park, SA 18 April 1975.
To M. Rainsford, South Perth, WA 22 April 1976.
Removed from register 10 September 1976 as withdrawn from use.

The aircraft currently has no engines and uses dummy propellers, the nose gear has been removed to make it look like a tail dragger, the interior is fairly bare also.
This is a great display piece with a good history, located just west of Sydney NSW, Australia.
$5,300.00
TWO P-40N combat veteran projects (P-40)

2 CURTISS P-40N PROJECTS ($800,000 for both+huge spares inventory)

One of the largest collections of P-40 parts ever offered for sale!

Great opportunity to complete a P-40. Much major structural work has been completed for project #1. Project #2 includes many NOS parts as well as parts recovered to be used as patterns.

Project Number 1
Curtiss P-40N-5 Warhawk Project
White “17”. (named Spooky)
C/N: 1044

Genuine Pacific War veteran, Ex 8th FS, 49th Fighter Group, Unique combat history, 3 Japanese Kill flags. Extensive noted history supplied.
Pilot– Lt James. J. O’Neil, 3 kills?

Restored Fuselage from firewall to rudder.

Including Many Original Parts comprising original wreckage broken/damaged fuselage pieces, rear fuselage section with horizontal, all with original paint and many parts in situ. Japanese kill flags visible on side wall.

Fuselage side windscreen piece with Pilots name still visible.

RH side fuselage side piece with crew chiefs name still visible.

Complete original engine mounts, original side cowls, Original set of Wings with some damage and corrosion but reasonably complete with undercarriage. RH damaged at trailing edge.



Project Number 2
Curtiss P-40N-5 Warhawk Project
Yellow “63”.  (named Flo-II)
C/N: 1316

Genuine Pacific War veteran, Ex 8th FS, 49th Fighter Group, Unique combat history.

Pilot – Lt Charles A Peterson. 3 kills? Spring 1944 promoted to Major and became C/O of 8th FS.

Fuselage is ready to go in jig.

Includes Many Original Parts comprising original wreckage broken/damaged fuselage pieces, rear fuselage with tail, all with original paint, wings and many parts in situ.

Fuselage side windscreen piece with Pilots name still visible.



Some of the many many thousands of parts that come with these projects include:

Wing jigs

Many NOS parts. Such as trim wheel control, radiator shutter control, control column, pilots armor plating, bracketry and radio rack supports.

3 x sets Undercarriage Legs, Tail wheel Leg, Windscreen’s, Canopy’s, etc.

All new fuselage electrical boxes, main electrical box, external power receptacle box, lower cockpit electrical switch panel box.

New Engine Cowl front Bulkhead, Original restored Exhaust shrouds, steel Engine mounts and trusses, cowl flaps,

Allison V1710 Engine.

Hamilton Standard Propeller and Hub .

SCR-274 Command Radios, IFF Transceiver, Antenna and Base.

Tooling for some parts.

Undercarriage legs, tailwheel leg, windscreen, canopy, original set of wings some damage and corrosion but reasonably complete.

New build fuselage frames 1, 1A, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 15A, 16, 17, 18-

Beautifully built frames made to spec using drawings and multiple genuine parts as patterns, most assembled and primed with doublers, bracketry and radio rack supports.

New Firewall with all parts, front armor plate, armor plate behind pilots seat, Rudder pedal assembly, Cockpit panels and component support plates, Hydraulic pump support, battery tray, tail wheel mount support box, all doublers and access panels.

Complete new upper longerons with all brackets, canopy tracks, doublers, primed. (Upper longerons to convert to two seater can be supplied)

Complete New Lower Longerons with brackets. New Build Fin kit.

Complete New Fuselage stringer kit, including heavy tank bay stringers, new set stringer tie off brackets, (44 off).

Located in Australia, Worldwide shipping is available.

Interested parties can arrange an inspection and go through the complete inventory by emailing admin@warbird.parts

$800,000 US (based on current exchange rate, subject to change)

Very extensive project, one almost completed
$800,000.00
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