THE NORTH AMERICAN AVIATION RESTORATION PROJECTS
AT THE
CHANUTE AIR MUSEUM

The team that completed the restoration of the only North American Aviation P-51H Mustang in a museum setting is moving on to new projects. Click on the blue links below to see the finished "Louisiana Heatwave" Mustang, or the ongoing projects by Curt and Norm

AT-6 Texan Project            P-51H Mustang - Louisiana Heatwave            B-25J/TB-25N Project
    Ongoing                             COMPLETED                       Starting soon 

                                    

North American Aviation produced some of the most important aircraft and spacecraft since the 1940's. In addition to the planes shown above, the Chanute Air Museum has in it's collection an F-86A Sabre fighter, T-39A Sabreliner jet trainer and AGM-28A Hound Dog air-to-surface Missle. If you would like to join the group of CAM volunteers working to restore and preserve these and other museum aircraft for generations to come, please visit us and see the many aircraft that could use your help. For a quick view, click HERE

The Chanute Air Museum is a non-profit museum organization and depends heavily both on volunteers to complete it's mission of preservation and education, and, donations to support the museum's exhibits and programs. Monetary donations are normally tax deductible under CAM's 501 (c) (3) status.

Chanute Air Museum

CLICK HERE FOR AIRCRAFT PARTS FOR SALE OR TRADE

This new front page was added February 1st, 2014 as a simple way to access the P-51H Mustang Project page as well as the new B-25 and AT-6 restorations at the Chanute Air Museum. In the transition, some links and content have been removed. If you find an error, please report it to me
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