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Rare Plane Comes to Everett Museum

Rare Plane Comes to Everett Museum Published: Wednesday, May 4, 2011 | http://www.heraldnet.com/article/20110504/TWH0201/705049887/0/SEARCH By Kurt Batdorf, For the Herald PHOTO CAPTION FROM ARTICLE: Mechanic Lee Trekas, of GossHawk Unlimited Inc. from Casa Grande, Arizona, restores a German Focke-Wulf Fw 190 Nazi combat airplane, Thursday, April 21, 2011 at Flying Heritage Museum located at Paine Field…

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S.P.A.D. XIII Installation

S.P.A.D. XIII Installation at Sky Harbor Airport The team at GossHawk Unlimited installs/hangs the S.P.A.D. XIII aircraft in Terminal #3 at Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix, AZ on December 7, 2007.

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"Classic Wings" Vol. 20/No. 1 2013, Issue 89

“Classic Wings” Vol. 20/No. 1 2013, Issue 89 Check out the article on GossHawk Unlimited, Inc. in the new “Classic Wings”! The article, The GossHawk- A Rare Bird, written by Dave McDonald gives a sneak peek into the life of Dave Goss and how he created GossHawk Unlimited. This is a well-rounded article that takes…

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In Memory of Doug Champlin

Doug Champlin was a very complex man. The contribution this one man made to the aviation world is invaluable! With his love of history, old airplanes, and old cars Mr. Champlin created the Champlin Fighter Museum.

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An Afternoon at GossHawk Unlimited

An exciting afternoon at GossHawk Unlimited with customers coming and going. The first plane we see is a North American T-28A/D Trojan. This T-28 is arriving from Carson City, NV, piloted by owner Dan Kirkland with Dave Goss of GossHawk Unlimited, Inc in the rear cockpit. This T-28 is currently for sale by the owner.

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The Only Original Flying Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-5 in the World

This video shows the first engine runs performed on the only airworthy BMW 801 engine in the world. You will also see the first flights of the only original airworthy Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-5, you will see her transform from bare metal to her final paint scheme. The engine runs and flights take place at GossHawk Unlimited, Inc. out of Casa Grande, AZ. GossHawk completed the restoration of this aircraft after she arrived from England.

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