|AIRSPEED, Middleton, D.H., Tereance Dalton, 1982, f/f (as new), see scan,
Airspeed LTD. was founded in 1931 & built aircraft until 1951. Two of the founders were Nevil Shute & Sir Alan Cobham, photos, 206 pages.
|BONANZA AROUND THE WORLD, Stewart, Dennis, Wind Canyon , 1998, new, soft cover, see photo,
in 1994, the author & Bob Reiss (owner of an A36 turboprop Bonanza) embarked on an around the world air race, documentation of their journey with
photos, 117 pgs.
|BOOK OF WESTLAND AIRCRAFT, Lukins, A.H., Harborough Publishing, 1973, fine condition, see photo,
Westland Aircraft Works was founded in 1915. The company started with the Short "Two-two-five" seaplane for the British Navy, and it built 34 seaplanes before turning its hand to land planes. There followed the "Wagtail", the "Weasel", the "Limousine", the "Widgeon Mark III", the "Wapiti", the "Lysander", and others. They"re all here, complete with photos, specifications and 3-way views, incl. some fold-outs, 104 pgs.
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| BOX KITES TO BOMBERS - ca 1946, Story of the Glenn L. Martin Company, see scan, photos, 38 pgs.
|CESSNA, A MASTER'S EXPRESSION, Phillips, Edward, Flying Books, 1985, f/f (as new).
Biography of Clyde Cessna, his company & aircraft he built, photos, 152 pgs.
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| CESSNA GUIDE,
Thomason, Leslie, Sports Car Press, 1963, vg (soft cover), see scan,
covers Cessna 150; 172 Skyhawk & 182 Skylane, performance, specifications, illustrations, photos,108 pgs.
| CESSNA'S GOLDEN AGE
Abel, Abel & Matt, Wind Canyon, 2001, new, soft cover, see photo, history of cessna, primary
gliders, airmasters, T-50 bobcat, CG-4A glider, cessna 120 & 140, photos & drawings, 90 pgs.
CRACKUP! Morgan, Len, Arco, 1969, vg (pictorial cover), see scan,
over 150 photos of non-fatal air crashes from 1911 to 1960s, 64 pgs.
|FORD IN EAA'S FUTURE, Nevill, John, EAA Historical Series, 1974, fine (soft cover),
see scan, The story of the Ford Tri-motor acquired by the EAA. The partnership of William Stout & Henry Ford.
An 8 part article originally published in AVIATION magazine is included. photos, 58 pages.
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| FORD TRI-MOTOR, Larkins, William, Schiffer, 1992, f/f as new, see scan,
History of the Ford Tri-Motor from its beginning 1929 to 1882k many photos, 332 pgs.
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| PIPER'S GOLDEN AGE
Abel, Abel & Matt, Wind Canyon, 2001, new, soft cover, see photo,
details the formation of the Piper Aircraft Corporation, how Piper & Taylor got together
and their split. Includes models built from the 1920s through post WW II, Taylor Chummy,
Taylor E-2 Cub, Taylor/Piper J-2 Cub, Piper J-3 Cub, Piper J-4 Cub Coupe, Piper Experimentals,
Piper PA-12 Super Cruiser, Piper PA-11 Cub Special, Piper PA-14 Family Cruiser, Piper PA-15 Vagabond,
Piper PA-16 Clipper, and Piper PA-18 Super Cub, photos, line drawings, 90 pgs.
| TAPERWING WACOS, Brandly, Raymond, self-published, 1984, vg (embossed name), soft cover, see photo, many photos, 132 pgs.
| TRAVEL AIR, Phillips, Edward, Flying Books Int., 1994, fine (soft cover)
see photo, wings over the prarie, history of the Travel Air
development, construction, many photos & 3-view drawings, 126 pgs. || $10.00 |
|VOUGHT - SIX DECADES OF AVIATION,
Schoeni, Arthur, Aviation Quartley, 1978, f/f (as new), see scan,
a sixty year history of the Vought Corporation founded by Chance Vought in 1917, many photos, 128 pages.
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|WELCH AIRPLANE STORY, Welch-Able, Drina, SunShine House, 1983, f/f, see scan, compulation of the aircraft manufactured by
Welch Aircraft Company, Orin Welch was lost in WW II flying a C-47 over the Hump, many photos,
|WINGS OF YESTERYEAR, Szurovy, Geza, MBI, 2004, new (soft cover), see photo,
nostalgic look at the golden age of personal flight, when the incredible aircraft of the 1920s, '30s, and '40s, all color
photos, 168 pgs.
| YESTERDAY'S WINGS, Bowers, Peter, AOPA, 1974, vg (issued w/o dj), see photo,
an insight into the many aircraft of general aviation from its very beginnings through the post-war era,
descriptions & photographs of more than seventy great aircraft. 160 pgs.