Beechcraft AT-11 Restoration Blog

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    AT-11 Kansan Restoration Project

    It's a project of huge magnitude: Restoring a Beech AT-11 Kansan aircraft that was used extensively during World War II and bringing it back to her pristine, fully-functional condition.

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    AT-11 Kansan Restoration Project Underway

    The complete restoration of an AT-11 Kansan aircraft is underway and is being headed up by AirCorps Aviation of Bemidji in conjuction with Wings of the North air museum of Eden Prairie, MN.

    Only 1,584 AT-11 Kansans were built by the U.S. Artmy between 1941 and 1944; however, only about 30 are currently known in the U.S. with even fewer that are flyable or potentially flyable -- estimated at 11.

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This Project Needs Your Support

This is a BIG project ... and we need your support to make it happen! It's a lofty goal: To completely restore a Beechcraft AT-11 Kansan that is currently in dozens of boxes and shelves into a fully safe and flyable aircraft.

With more tens of thousands of parts, and a multi-year restoration plan, we're hoping to raise $500,000. Be a part of this fun and unique restoration and follow us as we progress week in and week out.

No amount is too big or too small. Please consider a donation today.