Skyhawks in civilian hands - Restorations / Flyers / Wrecks
Civilians Flying Skyhawks
Fate Unknown (or too sad to talk about)
|Estimate of Skyhawks in civilian hands, and foreign air forces, for flying purposes is 100+ - and growing.
Static displays can be found in the "Display Page", [Skyhawks - Displays] in the page top menu.
Have knowledge of the status of an A-4 Skyhawk? Contact: email@example.com
|604 Management LLC.
Airborne Tactical Advantage Co.
Y2112: 0 Skyhawks
Y2012: 7 A-4N / 1 TA-4
(Tactical Air Defense Systems)
[BuNo 158128-former AeroGroup]
|AVDEF of France|
|BAE Flight Systems
Y2012: 6 A-4N
|Draken International Inc.
|The Collings Foundation
TA-4J N245CF - BuNo.153524
Y2012: 1 A-4C.
(Teton Aviation Support Services)
|Warbird Heritage Foundation
A-4B BuNo 142122 flying as 148500
Recent Sitings of Skyhawks in "Civies"!APRIL 2012 SUN N FUN.
Skyhawk Ventures brings their Charlie to Sun N Fun. The Skyhawk Association is there to greet it; and conduct their winter board meeting.
149606 on the ramp.
|QUESTION: How can I obtain an A-4 Skyhawk for restoration or display?
ANSWER: Sales and procurement of surplus US military aircraft are handled by AMARC (Aerospace Maintenance
and Regeneration Center) at Davis-Monthan Air Base, near Tucson, AZ. Information on AMARC and how to do
business with them can be found at AMARC or AMARC Experience.
Some Skyhawks are available for rent or sale by individuals and/or public corporations.
See information on this page.
QUESTION: Where may I purchase parts for an A-4 Skyhawk I am restoring or maintaining?
ANSWER: Derco Aerospace, Inc., 8000 West Tower Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53223, and Kitco, Inc., P.O. Box 900, 1625 N. Mtn. Springs Pkwy, Springville, UT 84663, are licensed by Boeing to provide A-4 Skyhawk spare parts, technical drawings, and other manufacturing process data.
QUESTION: Where may I obtain low/no-cost A-4 Skyhawk replacement parts and pieces?
ANSWER: Information on such items is best obtained via communication with other individuals or organizations (air museums, etc.) who have already been through that hoop. A list of restored A-4 Skyhawks and their locations may be viewed at Skyhawks on Display.
|IF you come across an A-4 Skyhawk, please submit, if known: Aircraft BuNo (Serial Number), Current Owner & Location, Date Acquired, Purpose (i.e., Statc Display or Return to Flight Status), Estimated Completion Date, and Full Name & E-Mail Address of contact individual. Additional data and current photos are welcome.
Submit data to firstname.lastname@example.org
Waiting on a Flight Line.
Price : $1,750,000, Location: Washington
Brief Description: Make an offer on this TA-4J with a nearly completed restoral, zero time engine, and primered ready for your paint scheme. This is a privately owned military aircraft. Details: 5407 TTAF, 0 SMOH Pratt &Whitney J52-P8B, Dual Collins VIR-22C, Dual Collins VIR-32C, Trimble 2101 GPS, Collins DME-42, Collins TDR-90 XPDR, ADF, Radar Altimeter, Dual Audio Panels, Standard fuel plus three auxiliary fuel drop tanks, Full anti-ice system, Full interior and exterior night lighting & strobes, Crew oxygen, Dual ejection seats (not presently armed, no pyros), Int. Standard military configuration and colors, Ext.Green primer ready for paint, Inspection Information: Hydraulic Fluid Analysis: 2007, L MLG, R MLG, Nose Gear Overhaul: 2006, Eddy Current, Wing Spar, Corrosion. Inspection: 2005, Flight Control Rigging: 2007. The aircraft was completely inspected in 2007 and is 90% restored. The engine has been completely replaced with a new J52–P8B as of July 2005. This engine is zero (0) timed and has not flown. It was provided by an OEM-licensed supplier. The engine has been run and needs final trimming. Aircraft to be sold as-is, where-is.
Contact Info: Bob Fredriks Kent, Washington.
Old VT-7, Put together by Air Capitol Warbirds.
Pieces and Parts
Restorations In Progress
Fate Unknown (or too sad to talk about)
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