Major headway has been made on the Parker Pusher Restoration Project.

Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum Volunteers rib stiching the wings to our 1910 Parker Pusher. Over 50% of the wings are covered in fabric and starting to be painted. The body of the plane is coming back together. Also, the steering wheel is being repaired and a duplicate copy is being made.

Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Musem's 1910 Parker Pusher's wings are getting ready to be painted. In short, the pusher project is beginning to look like a plane again. Thanks to all the volunteers who have worked hard to make it to this point. Every day is one step closer to project compThe Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum's 1910 Curtiss Pusher body is taking shape once again. letion. 

Check out one of WAAAM's Restoration Volunteer's blog to learn more about what it takes to restore an old aircraft like this Parker Pusher.

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