Williams Vintage Aircraft Site





A reference for vintage aircraft photos and information.

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  Welcome to my virtual museum of vintage aircraft.

Vintage Photo Album

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Davis D-1-K
An indexed and searchable collection of several hundred photographs of vintage aircraft.  Click for details of your randomly selected photo.

The Williams Vintage Aircraft Collection

My collection of flying and semi-derelict airplanes (aka projects), including a Ryan Sport Coupe, a Bellanca, a pre-WWII Cessna Airmaster, a Rearwin Sportster, a Fairchild 22, a St. Louis Cardinal, a Kinner Sportster, a Harlow PJC-2, and a Waco cabin biplane.

November 2005:  I've sold my old Stinson V-77, which is the first airplane I've sold, and acquired a St. Louis Cardinal, which is now the oldest plane in the collection.

September 2005:  The Harlow project is now in Seattle, and the Rearwin road moved to Auburn.

June 2005:  Check out the final Ryan new cowling pictures.

The Logbook

Stories, Museum reviews, and Ramblings.

January 2006:  Great trip reports from Martin Robinson of flying to and across France in a Yak 18.

Manuals

A collection of scanned and retyped manuals for antique engines and aircraft.  Also includes real-world operational tips where available.

Fly-ins

Here's a calendar for 2006 fly-ins, and some tips.

Last updated 9/9/2006.  About this siterw_flyer@hotmail.com.

As an experiment I've added Google ads to the homepage and a few other selected pages.  I'm playing with Google AdWords for my work at Jobster.com, and I am interested in seeing how many impressions and clicks this site will generate.  More details.

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See also my companion Vintage Aircraft Engines site for in-depth information and manuals about small civil aircraft engines of the 1930s.