Century Aviation

Categories: Restorations

Mitsubishi A6M3 Type 22 Zero

Mitsubishi A6M3 Type 22 Zero Client: Flying Heritage CollectionEverett, WA Our most recent restoration project was for Flying Heritage Collection, Everett, WA. Their Zero was recovered from Babo Island, Indonesia and taken to Russia for restoration from 1994-1997. It was then purchased by FHC and restoration continued at Chino, CA where it was converted to …

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Boeing F4B-4

Boeing F4B-4 Client: National Museum of Naval Aviation Pensacola, FloridaCentury Aviation restored a 1932 Boeing F4B-4 Navy Bi-plane fighter. This was a 2½ year project starting with building the wooden wings from scratch.

DeHavilland DH-4B

DeHavilland DH-4B Client: National Museum of the Us Air Force Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, OhioThe restoration of this aircraft was for the National Museum of the United States Air Force at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. This airfame was restored to original and is complete to the point where, if …

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1943 Mitsubishi “Zero”

1943 Mitsubishi A6M2 Type 21 Zero Client: National Museum of the US Air ForceWright Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio We restored this aircraft for the United States Air Force Museum in Dayton, Ohio at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. They provided a partially restored airframe and a second airframe that was recovered from the …

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1917 Curtiss JN-4D “Jenny”

1917 Curtiss JN-4D ‘Jenny’ Client: Museum of Science and Industry Chicago, ILJN-4D “Jenny” S/N 5368 belongs to the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, IL. It was built by the Springfield Aircraft Company in 1918 and has a wonderful history. It started as a military trainer and was sold to a private individual after …

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1918 DeHavilland DH-4

1918 DeHavilland DH-4 Client: National Museum of the US Marine Corps Quantico, Virginia This airframe had been partially restored and was completed as accurately as possible using factory drawings, photo research and written documentation. The airframe was configured and painted to represent the Marine Corps DH-4s as they appeared while operating in Nicaragua during 1921-22.

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