WarbirdsNews published a restoration update on the F4U-1 Corsair under restoration at the Classic Jets Fighter Museum just over a week ago, but a lot of visible progress has occurred in the short time since that article. Ron Johnson very kindly sent us a few photographs to bring us up to date, and we thought that you would be as eager to see them as we were.
WarbirdsNews wishes to thank Ron Johnson and museum director Bob Jarrett very much for these latest photos, and we hope to bring you more in the coming months as the project progresses further. Please do visit the museum’s website HERE to find out more about this fabulous museum near Adelaide, Australia.
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Warbirds News has received a couple of nice photographs we’d like to share showing current progress on the Chance-Vought F4U-1 Corsair under restoration at the Classic Jets Fighter Museum near Adelaide, Australia. This aircraft, Bu.No.02270, […]