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Our shop imagefilm
Here on this site we will show you our shop. We will post pictures nearly every month and so you are up to date with our work an business
P-51D Mustang D-FBUN
TF-51 Mustang and P-51D ..... Mustang stable :-)
The doubleseater projects belonging to the Air Fighter Academy Ltd.
North American P-51 "Miss Helen" and the mighty F4U-5NL Corsair
The Piper Archer II D-EDUP nearly finished
A short glimpse at the TF-51 project and the Spitfire T9
North American (Noordyn) AT-6 Harvard and the P-51 Miss Helen (G-BIXL)
Maintenance at our AT-6 D-FRCP, Spitfire T9 project and the TF-51 D-FTSI. At the gate a Cessna Caravan undergoing the annual check.
In the foreground the TF-51 project (Air Fighter Academy), then a Piper Archer undergoing a bigger maintenance effort. On the left in the shop the Spitfire T9 project (Air Fighter Academy Ltd.) in the right foreground our AT-6 D-FRCP undergoing a small service.
In the foreground the Buchon/Messerschmitt project belonging to the Fighter Factory Virginia
The Focke Wulf project together with Steven Stead´s Siai Marchetti SF-260 D-ESIC
Focke Wulf and Spitfire project ... what a look
In the foreground left the Yakovlev Yak-3 project D-FLUG, beside the Piper the Spitfire MkVIIIc D-FEUR. In the background the Focke Wulf project D-FWVM
the "project corner", TF und Spitfire T9
Final services on the Buchon, here the bird gets optimized pedals and a new brake system
In the background the TF D-FTSI and the Spitfire T9
some minor work at the Yak-11 D-FJII
The North American P-51 D-FBUN undergoing some maintenance, the beautiful SIAI Marchetti SF-260 D-ESIC nearly ready, and some detailwork at the Spitfire T9
The BIG FOUR ... Corsair, Focke Wulf Fw190, Supermarine Spitfire and North American P-51 Mustang. What a gathering of the most famous fighterplanes of their era.
Here we store in these special cabinets all those manuals and special tools for aircraft in maintenance or project staus. This ensures that for each aircraft type in the shop quickly and reliably everything important is in the hand.
The TF project progresses, sheet metal work on the Chance Vought Corsair, waiting to get the engine at the Spitfie MJ772, the TF-51 D-FTSI gets new "fingers" and the Yak-3 D-FLAK waiting for flying weather!
Two new projects in the shop : a North American TF-51 Mustang and the Spitfire doubleseater T9 MJ772 !
Impressions September 2010
TF-51 D-FTSI, Yak-3 D-FLUG and the Yak-11 D-FJII
The "Focke Wulf corner" ; in the foreground WkNr002, in the background WkNr 980554 . An employee of the bodywork team is reproducing the main hatch of the Chance Vought F4U-5NL Corsair.
Corsair, Spitfire, AT-16 in the background of the shop. The Corsair gets rid of her colors, the Spitfire is undergoing a maintenance program including the change of the wing radiators. The AT-16 gets some checks for the new flight season.
.... well stored :-) In the foreground the new Yak-3 project D-FLUG
The shop is characterized by extensive daily testing of the D-FMFW, and daily work at the structure of the Yak-3 D-FLUG and D-FLAK. Work on the second Focke Wulf is also in the plan. The stripping of the Corsair in the back of the shop is going ahead well.
In the foreground "Lucky Lady VII" undergoing some maintenance, in the middle Yak-3 D-Flug and in the background the TF D-FTSI belonging to Max Alpha Aviation Ltd.
José Flores, Vintage V12´s shop foreman is in the shop as our guest. José is doing some maintenance efforts at those Merlins and Allisons. All in Germany registered Mustangs at one place !!!!
A new "guest" in the shop, a Noordyn AT-16. Looking at that picture shows you how a pilot career takes place : with the Yak-11 and AT-16 als "Advanced Trainer" young pilots trained fr the fighters as Yak-3, Spitfire, Mustang and Corsair . All those planes at one place, as you can see. A rare picture!