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1600 Air Museum Rd. Hood River, OR 97031

(541) 308-1600

Open Daily 9 - 5 Closed: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Years Day

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See a 1941 Taylorcraft BC12-65 at the Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum. Year: 1941

Donation: Chuck and Marge Babcock

Engine: Continental A-65 65HP

The BC12-65 is an enhanced BC-65. The differences are mostly details, such as its two-tone paint scheme and some earlier options became standard equipment. Its performance was generally unchanged from its older brother's. Production of this model stopped during WWII while the factory attended to war production but resumed afterward with renewed popularity. For those in the know, this was Charlie McAlister’s airplane.

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Many volunteer opportunities are available.  Here is a partial list of how you can get involved.

WAAAM Volunteers are awesome!

  • Museum Docents
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  • Library Services
  • Volunteer Services Representative
  • Marketing & Promotion
  • Restoration and Maintenance
  • Gift Shop
  • Administrative Support
  • Maintenance & Custodial
  • Training & Education

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Memberships & Sponsorships

Members enjoy special benifits.

There are four levels of membership available to individuals and families.

  • Solo Membership: $50.00 – One Individual Membership
  • Family Membership: $100.00 – 2 adults and children/grandchildren 18 years old and under.
  • Membership +1: $120.00 – One individual membership plus one guest.
  • Membership +2: $150.00 – Two individual memberships plus 2 guests.

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Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum

Antique Airplanes   •  Antique Automobiles

Where Oregon and Washington meet, at the Columbia River Gorge.

It's worth the trip!