Gary Norville posted the first flight of the Collings Foundation’s TF-51 Toulouse Nuts being flown. Great job guys!
Gary Norville posted this picture of the Colling’s Foundation TF-51 Toulouse Nuts on the ramp at American Aero last week. Look closely for another aircraft in the background.
The staff at American Aero Services have been busy mating the fuselage, wings and tail section together last week.
Photos courtesy of American Aero Services via Facebook
American Aero Services is in the process of moving to the old Harry Doan hangars at New Symrna Beach airport. The museum area will be moved over and available for daily viewing.
credit American Aero
American Aero Services hosted an Open Hangar Day to showcase the work that they do.
An upcoming restoration that they are working on is the FW190 currently owned by the Collings Foundation. This will be a great restoration to watch.
American Aero Services hosted an Open Hangar Day to showcase the work that they do. Part of this work is the winter maintenance of the Collings Foundation’s Bomber Fleet.
Here is a collection of pictures of the bombers. Next will be fighters to include the P-51A, F6F Hellcat and the FW 190.
American Aero Services will host an Open Hangar Day on 5 January at the New Symnra Beach Airport starting at 9 AM. The Collings Foundation’s B-17, B-24 and P-51 will be on display along with military vehicles.
Also, Florida Sport Aviation Antique and Classic Association (FSAACA) has been invited to attend so expect a few fly-ins.