We’re pleased to announce having accomplished earning our Parts Manufacture Approval. We received our FAA PMA in the mail today from the manufacturing inspection district office. Our goal is to grow our approval list to help better support the antique … Continue reading
We have not been able to load and post photos onto our site for the past couple weeks due to an issue with our website provider. Apologies for no updates. It has been a busy month at RARE. The Stinson … Continue reading
Tuesday 3/10/15 we put both N32083 and N32094 into the air for the first time since remanufacture. Both aircraft performed well and rendered short follow up lists. Here are a couple of photos. Thanks for checking in!
We are always looking for ways to raise our standard of “real history with new standards.” Locating and starting with a prime project has always been our starting point. Minimal damage history and thorough records are key. With that as … Continue reading
We are enjoying a bright day here so it seemed fitting to get N32094 outside for some ground shots. After you click on the thumbnail click on the “full size” above for full view. Thanks for checking in!
Since being completed late last year N32083 has yet to have ground shots taken. So right after N32094, N32083 had a moment in the sun. Same as the last post; after clicking on the thumbnail click on “full size 2292×2000″ … Continue reading
We are down to a few minor details on N32094 then it will be ready to fly! At the beginning of the month we shared some early final assembly photos. Here are some photos from today. We will be sure … Continue reading
Here are some recent progress photos of our next UPF-7 to be completed. This should be a pretty striking aircraft on the ramp. Deluxe trim, wheel pants, NO cowling and a 300hp Jacobs swinging a Hamilton Standard 2B20-9 Constant Speed … Continue reading
It has been busy around here. Really busy. With that out of the way I’ll apologize for not blogging lately. Last week we completed N32083. This is the third UPF-7 we’ve trimmed like this in red and black making for … Continue reading