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Just wanted to say "What a collection!!!! VERY impressive! I run the Restoration shop for the Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum, Pueblo, CO and I understand...

Joe Musso-Director of Restoration, Pueblo Weisbrod A/C Museum

I have only been there once, but I cant wait to go back! The restoration area is just fantastic. One of the guys there said...

Ken Nelsen


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The Gipsy Moth was named after it's deHavilland Gipsy engine.

This popular British design was manufactured in America by the Moth Aircraft Corp. The Moth's world wide popularity greatly influenced the growth of private and sport aviation between the wars.

The DH-60 GM was constructed of wood, fabric and welded chrome-moly steel. The wings folded for easy storage in a one car garage.

Wright Aero Corp. manufactured the Wright-Gipsy en-gine.

The American built DH-60 GM first flew in 1929. The Moth set altitude, speed, distance and aerobatic records from its inception.

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