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Oh yes, any restoration of old aircraft is a very, very good thing. Interestingly, the tiny little Iowa Aviation Museum in Greenfield, Iowa has two flying examples of the Tiger Moth; one Australian version, and one Canadian version.

 

Iowa Aviation Museum

 

BTW, their Chile Fly-in, held every January, is a blast.

 

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Been said before I know, but restoration to air worthy condition is a less 'faithful' restoration than non-flying condition. I'm with you guys though, I like to see them flying with appropriate concessions to safety than stuck on the ground but restored to original mint condition 100%.

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