• Spirit Of Dynamite Returns Part Three

    So after completing our trip across the country it was time to off load the Monocoupe and put her back together.   We have successfully off loaded the wing and now to move the truck to a natural incline we can use to help facilitate an easier off loading. Using the natural incline at the […]

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  • Spirit Of Dynamite Returns Part Two

    Hello Everyone. Last we spoke we had taken apart the Clip Wing Monocoupe in Franklin,PA and proceeded to cross the country with it safely tucked away in our Penske Truck. We had a very successful trip. Along the way we stopped at the Henry Ford Museum located in Deerborn, MI We found a gem in […]

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  • Monocoupe Reunion.

    Hello Everyone. We are steadily putting our newest addition 1937 Clip Wing Monocoupe “Spirit Of Dynamite” back together. We have put plans in motion to have a homecoming party here at the Museum June 22,2014 and we would love to see all of our loyal followers out here. We will be have a picnic  lunch […]

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  • 1937 Clip Winged Monocoupe 110 Special

    Spirit of Dynamite returns home Part 1

    So our latest acquisition here at the museum is a 1937 Clip winged Monocoupe. The Monocoupe was originally from the Pacific Northwest. The airplane was owned for the last 15 years by Richard Smith of Franklin,PA. The plan was to fly the airplane back to Concrete,WA this week but due to weather issues it was […]

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  • New and Exciting things coming to the Museum

    We have some new and exciting material coming to the Museum over the next couple of months so please check back here often. One in particular will be having aviation fuel on hand here at the Airport that will hopefully be up and running by the end of May.This will be a great advantage in […]

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  • GeeBee Model “E” Sporster Now joins the Museum

    An exciting new addition to the Museum recently is the only airworthy example of a Granville Gee Bee Model “E” Sportster , an authentic recreation built and completed in 1991 by Museum Director Jim Jenkins. Jim has long wanted the Sportster to be part of the flying collection and with his donation a few years back of his Bob Hall […]

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