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The Privateer Engines are Headed to Idaho

Back in July the PB4Y-2 was undergoing her 60 hour inspection. We did compression tests on all of the engines; the #1 and #3 engines both had a cylinder with low compression. We removed the cylinders and sent them off to the engine shop. After further inspection, we deemed that the engines needed to be removed to address unknown issues. We removed the engines, then removed all of the accessories, and now they are packaged up and on their way to Anderson Aeromotive in Idaho. Kaspar was here when they were loaded on the truck and was able to get some video footage. Thanks Kaspar!

Air Classics August 2014

“Air Classics” Vol. 50/No. 8, August 2014

Check out the article on GossHawk Unlimited, Inc. in the August 2014 issue of “Air Classics”! Doug Fisher wrote a great story, New at GossHawk, Latest Restoration Projects at a Busy Vintage and Veteran Aircraft Shop. In this article Doug dives into Dave’s history, starting at the very beginning with the history of his father Major David E. Goss. The article then goes into Dave Goss’s aviation background leading up to the business he created, GossHawk Unlimited. Doug also did a great job of capturing everything that GossHawk is currently working on!