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On October 19 we crossed our fingers and started up our newest of the new-to-WAAAM airplanes to see if we could fly it.

This 1928 airplane has a J4 Wright engine built by Pacific Northwest icon, Jack Lanning. Lanning built many of the J4 and J5 Wright engines used in Travel Airs and Stearmans in the Northwest. This Travel Air 4000 took to the skies just as well as it did for many of the big fly-ins in Pacific Northwest past. Special thanks to Lanning's brother, Dan Lanning, for allowing WAAAM to acquire this airplane and to ensure that Jack's legacy lives on. Check out the photos here.

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Events Calendar  

June

June 4 - 1930s Driving School

June 11 - Second Saturday - Local History Spotlight - 100th Anniversary of the Historic Columbia River Highway

June 25 - Model T Driving School

July

July 2 - 1940s Driving School

July 9 - Traffic Jam  - A Car Show and Swap Meet, WAAAM Style

July 11-14 - WAAAM Camp

July 23 - Model T Driving School

August

August 6 - 1950s Driving School

August 13 - Second Saturday - Motorcycles and Vintage Snowmobiles

August 27 - Model T Driving School

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Join Us for the WAAAM Traffic Jam!

July 9, 2016

Come to the 2016 WAAAM Traffic Jam!

Registration available here.

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Come Celebrate International Model A Day!

September 17, 2016

Don't miss this gathering of Model As and Model Ts at the Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum.

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Join Us for the Annual Hood River Fly-In!

September 10 & 11, 2016

Save the date for the 2016 Annual Hood River Fly-In!

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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!