The Tiger Boys' Aeroplane Works & Flying Museum is a “hobby out of control” overseen by partners Tom Dietrich and Bob Revell. For the past thirty-five years, The Tiger Boys have tracked down the remains of rare old airplanes in barns, fields, forests, and from the bottom of northern lakes, then rebuilt these wrecks to better-than-new condition. While many antique aeroplanes are on display in museums, few will ever take to the skies again. But The Tiger Boys' prime mandate is to "Keep Them Flying" - so all of their aircraft are restored to full airworthy status.
As of late 2006, The Tiger Boys have eight antique aircraft in flying condition:
Aircraft being readied for flight in 2006 include:
Other aircraft undergoing restoration are:
The Tiger Boys currently have an additional 18 projects, including such rarities as:
Other projects that will be on static display only:
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304 Stone Road West, Guelph, ON N1G 4W4, Canada
Tel: (519) 584-4960 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated on May 25, 2015
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