To date, we have restored 7 North American AT6 Texans for clients right across Australia. We are proud to claim
that all the Texan's flying in Western Australia today were restored at our Jandakot facility.

AT6 #7. This machine, our latest project was airworthy as at November 2003, and
represents a 6 year restoration project. This Texan is destined for an Australian
Eastern states client

AT6 # 8. This aircraft is destined for a Western Australian client and will fly in early 2004.
Above right: A detail that shows our typical level of workmanship on every aircraft that we undertake
to restore.
To view the QuickTime panorama (right) of this shot, simply
drag your cursor to the left within the frame.

AT6 #2. This aircaft was purchased by Perth businessman Bill Wyllie. This forms
part of his growing collection of warbirds, along with the P51 Mustang that we
rebuilt. Their collection also includes an Aero L39 Albatros jet.

AT6 #1. This machine was Panama Jacks first project and was owned by Rob
Poynton himself, prior to selling it to Perth businessman Doug Brookes. The
aircraft is painted in the colours of the Brazilian Air Force aerobatic team.

AT6 #3.

AT6 #4. This Perth based Texan is owned by a syndicate and is flown here
by aerobatic pilot Adrian Thomas, one of the owners.

AT6 #6. Bought by Perth businessman Peter Yates.

AT6 #5.