Remarks: Has lost its WW2-identity and serialnumber as it was modyfied by Cavalier in the late 60' and send to the Salvador Air Force as FAS 405. Here it was engaged in the so-called "soccer-war" of 1969. In 1974 it returned to USA as N31FF and adopted ID 44-10753a from a scrapped P-51C. In 2006 it was sold to Biltema, Sweden. Former registration N405HC.
Remarks: Engine number 1 turning! Built in 1944 at Douglas factory, Long Beach as C-47A-85-DL nr. 3406. Delivered to U.S. Air Force. In 1945 transferred to the Norwegan Air Force and in 1946 delivered to Det Norske Flyselskab, later SAS where it got the name "Terje Viking". In 1953 bought the Danish Air Force the plane and gave it the military registration "K-682", under which it flew in 29 years. Last flight of Air Force took place July 30, 1982. Today it is flown and maintained by "Foreningen For Flyvende Museumsfly".
Remarks: Manufactured in 1941 as a PT-17-BW and joined USAF as 41-8647. Later registrated N51771 and in 1996 OY-RAM. At one time or another it has lost the original 7 cylinder Continental R-670 and got a 9 cylinder Pratt & Whitney Wasp Junior with more horsepowers.
Remarks: The Do 27 was developed from the Do 25, an aircraft originally designed to a Spanish military requirement for a light utility aircraft. The Do 27 seated four to six and the original prototype first flew in Spain on 27 June 1955. Most production aircraft were built in Germany, the first taking flight on 17 October 1956. The remainder (50) were manufactured in Spain by Construcciones Aeronáuticas SA as the CASA-127. The German Luftwaffe and German Army ordered a total of 428 of the Do 27A and Do 27B (with dual controls). The Do 27 was notable for being the first mass-produced aircraft in Germany after World War II. It was appreciated for its relatively wide, comfortable cabin and excellent short-field performance.
Remarks: Built at the Vickers Armstrong works at Castle Bromwich in 1945, RW386 was delivered to 6 M.U. Brize Norton on 2 August of that year, too late to see warservice. In 1952 RW386 ceased flying and was downgraded to instructional status. In 1982 it was saved from its role as gateguardian by Doug Arnold and intended to be rebuild to flying condition. After his death in 1992 RW386 was put in storage partly restored. In 2005 it was bought by Historic Flying Ltd. who finished the restoration march 2007.
Remarks: The Soko G-4 Super Galeb is a tandem-seat low-wing advanced jet trainer/light attack jet of Yugoslav origin. The plane was first flown 17 July 1978 and production began in 1982. It was designed to replace the G-2 Galeb and Lockheed T-33 in the Yugoslav Air Force. The G-4 Super Galeb is not a modified G-2 Galeb as is claimed in some aircraft books, but an entirely new design.
Remarks: The PZL M28 Skytruck is a Polish STOL light cargo and passenger plane, produced by PZL Mielec, as a development of licence-built Antonov An-28. Early licence-built planes were designated PZL An-28. The maritime patrol and reconnaissance variants are named PZL M28B Bryza ("sea breeze").
Remarks: Part of a batch ordered as P.R.XI from Vickers-Armstrong (Supermarine) on Feb. 12th., 1944 and believed to be the 2nd Mk.XVII delivered to the RAF in May, 1945. In 1947 sold to Indian Air Force and serving as HS687. Recovered from India 1977-78 and spend some time in USA before returning to the UK in 1992. Restoration to airworthiness through 1996 - 99 at Historical Flying and had first flight 7th July 2000. On May the 7th 2009 G-BUOS SM845 left Historical Flying Ltd.’s hangar at Duxford to join its new owner in Sweden. It now belongs to the Biltema Collection and it will be based at Angelholm, Sweden. Fatal crash August 21st. 2010 during landing at Tynset airport, Norway.
Remarks: The Swedish Air Force totally procured 257 Sk 16s. SE-FUD was one of the first 145 Harvards (16068), manufactured in Canada by Noorduyn as the AT-16, and were shipped to Sweden in 1947. The aircraft in this first batch got the sub-designation Sk 16A with the Air Force numbers 16001-16145. SE-FUD was retiered in 1972 and used as instructional airframe at Vasteras, later reported stored with Swedish Air Force museum collection. Restored to flying condition in 2009. Former registration: 42- 949, FE752 (RCAF), Fv1606