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After months of restoration the Parker Pusher Project has finally flown again!

"We didn't know it was going to fly today but the conditions were right so we went for it," says WAAAM Chief Pilot Ben Davidson.

The pilot for the first flight was Bill Avolio. After extensive research on how the plane flew before it was restored by watching old films of the plane in several movies, Avolio and Davidson were convinced they had a good idea of how the plane should preform in flight. November 23 was cold but clear as Avolio made the first successful flight. The flight was short but it showed that all of the hard work the volunteers put into restoring the aircraft had paid off - and that the glued old and new wood would hold.

Check out the photos of the flight here.

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Events Calendar  

December

December 9 - Second Saturday - Santa's Surprise

December 25 - WAAAM Closed for Christmas

January

January 1 - WAAAM closed for New Years Day

January 13 - Second Saturday - Cruising though Airwaves - Radio and Transportation

February

February  10 - Second Saturday - Mods and Rods: Crafting a Custom Ride

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Join Us for the WAAAM Traffic Jam!

July 8, 2017

Join us for the 2017 WAAAM Traffic Jam!

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Got an antique auto or airplane?

Come show it off when you come and visit us.

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

 

   

Join Us for the Annual Hood River Fly-In!

September 9 & 10, 2017

Join us for the 2017 Annual Hood River Fly-In at WAAAM!

Register when you arrive.

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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!