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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Removed from register 10 September 1976 as withdrawn from use.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
P-40N combat veteran project (updated) (P-40)

This is a very advanced and extensive P-40N-5 Warhawk restoration project, it consists of virtually all major and hard to get components and is the result of a decade+ of hard work. This rebuild was started alongside another P-40 rebuild that is now almost complete.

To rebuild a P-40 to the stage that this project is currently at in today's dollars would cost in excess of $500,000 USD and be much harder to do as most critical components have been used up.

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This project includes but is not limited to:

Original damaged fuselage pieces

Original, repairable wings

Good Original undercarriage

Good Original engine mounts

Virtually new "quick build" fuselage kit including:
firewall, frames (mostly assembled), upper and lower longerons, stringers, parts, fittings, brackets etc

New built vertical fin (kit)

original, front, moving and fixed rear canopies

armor plate

electrical boxes

hydraulics

control stick, trim units & fittings

brakes

rudder pedal assembly

fuel system components

radio equipment

Hamilton standard propeller hub

Hamilton standard propeller

Horizontal stabiliser spars (new)

75% complete aircraft

Priced at $260,000 USD, you will not find another project as complete or being able to return to flight in a short time for this price again!

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Very extensive project
$245,000.00
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