|Side view of OX-5 water cooled engine.|
|Pushing the mid section into the hanger.|
|Distant view of new Jenny wings and Curtis Pusher mid section in front H-1|
Today in a official cermony volunteers pushed the airplane into hanger 1 .
The wings have been restored and are wings form a Curtis Jenny WW1 trainer. The original wings did not have individual ribs. Its interesting to notice how the interior of the wings are supported with wires and tension through brass turn buckles.
The engine is an OX - 5 V-8 engine used mainly on the Curtis Jenny. Notice how theengine sits directly behind the pilot. Notice also the engine is water cooled and has a large radiator behind the pilots head.
The propeller is a pusher type and is directly attached to the engine.