Re: [ArielAmbulance] Ambulance Update
- I'm also interested in seeing if the engine cowlings I made ever got installed? Or if they're still with the ambulance...On Wed, Oct 29, 2008 at 11:42 AM, Shawn Crosby <obishawn@...> wrote:
Thanks for asking, Mike! Some brief notes - let me know if you need more info.Yes to both. Adam got us a prime position at Tomorrow's Aeronautical Museum in Compton Airport in Southern California, where it is on display near the main office exit to the tarmac. TAM is a functioning museum and school for "at-risk" inner city youth, and west-coast home of the Tuskegee Airmen. They set flight records there on a regular basis, and it's always a joy to talk to the Tuskegees.
On the most basic level:
> Is it in storage or on display?
The AA is viewable (outside on the tarmac) during the museum's operating hours, but is in "storage" mode on the trailer. I have set it up there at the museum for special event days, and regularly cover it when it looks like rain.
> Is it being worked on?
> Is there any danger of losing the AA?
> Are there any future plans; both for restoration and display?
> Glad to see there is still money in the AARG Fund.
> Perhaps save this in case we need to purchase storage?
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