MySkyCart – Warbird Sponsorship Program

The American Flight Museum's AC-47 gunship 'Spooky' seen at an air show a few years ago. (photo by Richard Mallory Allnutt)
MySkyCart.com has a new, warbird-themed galley cart. This one will help raise money for the American Flight Museum's AC-47 'Spooky'. MySkyCart.com is also willing to consider designing custom carts for other museums which may be interested in helping raise money for their aircraft. Give 'em a call!
MySkyCart.com has a new, warbird-themed galley cart. Once the plans are formalized between MySkyCart and the museum, this design will help raise money for the American Flight Museum’s AC-47 ‘Spooky’. MySkyCart.com is also willing to consider designing custom carts for other museums which may be interested in helping raise money for their aircraft. Give ’em a call!

As with almost every entity involved in vintage aviation, we all need sponsors, and WarbirdsNews has been happy to receive a little help from MySkyCart.com. The company produces a cool line of custom storage carts based upon the trusty airline galley service cart. As we mentioned in a previous article HERE, a couple of their products have a warbird theme. But now the company has gone a step further by both creating a new warbird-themed cart design, and for using it to help raise money for the museum which owns the aircraft depicted. This particular cart features the American Flight Museum’s Douglas AC-47 gunship affectionately known as ‘Spooky’. While the museum and MySkyCart haven’t formalized the deal yet, it is a great opportunity to promote and help preserve a great American aircraft!

The American Flight Museum's AC-47 gunship 'Spooky' seen at an air show a few years ago. (photo by Richard Mallory Allnutt)
The American Flight Museum’s AC-47 gunship ‘Spooky’ seen at an air show a few years ago. (photo by Richard Mallory Allnutt)

As MySkyCart.com’s latest press release states, “We have created a limited edition SkyCart in Spooky livery. A MySky SkyCart is a genuine airline galley cart in aviation grade quality. Exactly as you find on airliners. The special edition is limited to 100. Serial #1 will be auctioned off for the benefit of the museum, the other 99 will be sold for $1498 ea., all profit will be donated to the “Project Spooky” of the American Flight Museum in Topeka, KS.”

If they go ahead with the plan, this idea should be a win-win for the American Flight Museum and Spooky, and it could be for your aircraft/museum too. Please contact MySkyCart.com for more details about their program!

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