WAAAM  

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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Search for the Wooden Propeller

Calling all mystery-minded folks in the WAAAM Family - we're hunting for Jack Lanning's wooden propeller that was on the Travel Air 4000 in its early days.

The photo below is of Jack in the late 1970s. That's the propeller we're looking for to really ram home the historical nature of this Northwest icon.

(If you find out what happened to the original wire wheels and tail skid while you're at it, that would be great!)

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Northwest icon Jack Lanning in front of WAAAM's Travel Air 4000 in the late 1970s.

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Events Calendar  

August

August 9 - Second Saturday - Motorcycles and Vintage Snowmobiles

August 16 - Model T Driving School

September

September 6 & 7 - Annual Hood River Fly-in

September 13 - Second Saturday - Steam Cars, Tractors and Hit & Miss Engines

September 13 - International Model A Day

Full Calendar

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Join Us for the WAAAM Traffic Jam!

July 12, 2014

 Come to the 2014 WAAAM Traffic Jam!

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Announcing the WAAAM Annual Auto & Aero Swap Meet.

July 12

Enjoy a great museum and a swap meet all in one place.

Buy - Sell - Trade - Enjoy

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Join Us for the Annual Hood River Fly-In!

September 6 & 7, 2014

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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!