The Moth Service Register
68. SPARS

Bygone Aviation
Matt Pettit),
Oaklands Aerodrome,
Stonesfield,
Nr Witney,
Oxfordshire OX29 8DW,
England
Tel: Not available
Mobile: 07961 308 243
Email: matt@bygoneaviation.com
( Bygone Aviation was established 12 years ago and has accomplished restorations on aircraft such as the Stampe SV4, Bücker Jungmann. Bygone does not have aeronautical manufacturing qualifications but is available to make spars for certification by others from client supplied drawings)

CFM Specialty Mill,
(Richard Walton, Head Sawyer & Specialties Grader)
P. O. Box 161,
Chemainus,
British Columbia, V0R 1K0
Canada
Tel: +1 250 951 3188
Fax: +1 250 951 3138
Email: cfmmill@hotmail.com or raw@seaside.net
(Supplies aircraft quality wood (sitka spruce, etc.) graded to US Mil-S-6073 as well as UK CAA standards.  Wood is tested to ANC-18, ANC-19 and various pre war regulations issued by NACA and military authorities.  Exports aircraft graded wood to many countries and will begin spar & other aircraft component manufacture in 2003)

Davidson Aeroworks,
(Neil Davidson),
2135 St. Mary Lake Road,
Kimberley,
British Columbia V1A 3K4,
Canada.
Tel: +1 250 427 7178
Fax: +1 250 427 7678
Email: peggneil@xplornet.com
(Davidson Aeroworks makes Tiger Moth and Gipsy Moth replacement wing, aileron, fin, rudder, elevator and tailplane spars, manufactured to original standards and complete with all blocking in place, all holes jig-drilled and ready to install.
Davidson Aeroworks has a Transport Canada Specialised approval for the fabrication, repair and testing of aircraft wooden structures, which has permitted special procedures approval of components under other regulatory regimes)

Flying Restorations Ltd.,
(Steve Roberts, Martin Kimm),
Unit 1, Rotary Farm,
Thorncote Green, Nr Hatch, Sandy, Bedfordshire
SG19 1PU, England.
Mobile : +44 7720 681 642
Email : flyingrestorers@aol.com
(After 30 years as part of the famous SkySport team, Steve Roberts and Martin Kimm have launched Flying Restorations to continue from the same airfield many of the antique aircraft services that made SkySportís international reputation)

Hodge Air Services Ltd.,
(David Hodgkinson)
Unit 21, Thruxton Industrial Estate,
Thruxton Airfield, Thruxton
Hampshire, SP11 8PW,
England
Tel/Fax: +44 1732 822 686
Email: hodgeair@aol.com
( Hodge Air Services was founded in 1974 and specialises in wooden components. The company has extensive Moth experience, particularly Tiger Moth wings)

Luskintyre Aircraft Restorations
(Ray Windred, Matt Webber)
Luskintyre Airfield,
252 Pywells Road,
Luskintyre,
Lochinvar, NSW 2321
Australia
Postal address:
P.O. Box 50,
Lochinvar, NSW 2321,
Australia
Tel: +61 2 4930 6221
Fax: +61 2 4930 6231
Email: matt@aircraftrestoration.com.au
(Luskintyre Aircraft Restorations was well known as Windair and is a major restorer and repairer of de Havilland aircraft. Based on the private airfield of Luskintyre, LAR continues a 30 year tradition of Tiger Moth reconstruction including making new spars)

Max Aero Inc.,
(Marc Stamsta),
Hartford Municipal Airport
Hartford, WI
USA
Tel: +1 262 490 8451
Email: maxaero.marc@gmail.com
( Max Aero specialises in wing kits, particularly for Howard, Fairchild and Waco aircraft. The company also makes and sells wooden wing spars to drawings)

MK Aviation Services,
(Mike Souch)
Durley Airstrip,
Hill Farm, Netherhill Lane,
Durley, Southampton,
SO32 2BP,
England
Tel : +44 1489 789 829
Portable : 07792 772 730
Email : souch763@btinternet.com
(MK Aviation offers parts for a wide range of antique aircraft including several of the Moth types)

Smith Tech Air,
(Stan Smith)
North Shore Airfield,
Postman Road,
RD4 Albany,
Auckland,
New Zealand.
Tel: +64 942 48759
Tel/Fax: +64 942 63735
Email: vintageaircraft@xtra.co.nz
(Smith Tech Air is associated with many thirties and forties aircraft projects, including the de Havilland types DH82, DH83, DH84 (ZK-AXI) and DH94 (ZK-AKM). Smith Tech Air will supply wooden components separately)
 


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