This P-47N project is based on a P-47N fuselage that was on the production line in Evansville, IN when production ceased due to the end of World War II. After being declared surplus, Earl Reinert / Meridian Aircraft Company acquired three P-47N fuselages. In 1966, Reinert traded this fusealge s/n 171 to Walter Soplata in exchange for several engines and propellers. In 2020 it was sold to the current owner.
The current owner has acquired many additional P-47N parts and a set of crashed P-47N wings to aid in a future restoration.
Major components include:
P-47N fuselage s/n 171
Wings - off crashed aircraft - donor / pattern
Horizontal Stabilizers - Left & Right
Main Landing Gear - Left & Right: NOS
Canopy Frame - NOS
Engine cowling - good condition
Engine cowling ring - good condition
Exhaust ducting and components
Miscellaneous parts including hydraulics
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