Alexander Eaglerock Project
Price and Terms: $4000. Purchaser is responsible for removal and shipping of item(s)
from storage center. Loading will be required for this move and must be provided by purchaser. Seller will assist with arrangements and loading. 15% non-refundable deposit required to secure this item, balance due 30 days from time of contract or on pick-up of item. Item(s) sold as is where is with no guarantee to condition at time of sale. Suitability for application to be determined by purchaser. Please call for details. Click the small photo for a larger image.
Description: 1927 Alexander Eaglerock Serial Number 217. This aircraft originally belonged to George Brinckerhoff, who ran the historic College Park Airport from 1927 to 1959. During the period 1926 to 1931, Alexander was the largest manufacturer of aircraft in the United States.
For Further Information: Try the home page of the College Park Aviation Museum for information on George Brinckerhoff
and these sites for information on the Eaglerock
Project Notes: This project consists of the remains of the 1927 Alexander Eaglerock Serial Number 217. Includes one horizontal stabilizer and elevator, firewall and bulkheads, throttle linkage, instrument panel and data plate, control stick and portions of the torque tube, cockpit fairing, landing gear, engine fairings, and copies of original paperwork tracking this aircraft's history (including CAA operation reports and bills of sale). Note the engine serial number on the copy of the operation inspection report. Photos are shown below:
Interested parties may call 443-250-9037 for further information or details of this project.
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Background: VICTORY! Formations of US Navy aircraft flying
over the Battleship Missouri just before the arrival of the Japanese surrender
delegation on September 1 1945.
- Postal Address
- Forgotten Field Aviation Technical Center
- Hangar 1944
- 1409 Diffendall Road
- Essex, Maryland 21221
- For parts inquiries or Aircraft information