This 1944-built Cub also served with the USAAF before being sold in Switserland.
It flew there as HB-OGZ for some years and was then put in storage.
Early 2011 RAR picked up the plane and brought it to Antwerpen for restoration .
Fuselage covered with Ceconite.
The window-framing was modified back to original L.4 specifications. This plane will be completed in stock-military configuration.
Fuselage painted in silverdope.
The aircraft will be finished in a USAF coloursscheme.
On its wheels again.
Wings attached, waiting for the engine installation
Windows and frames were newly manufactured inhouse.
Restored instrument panel ready to be fitted.
Trial fitting of the new cowlings.
Finished product, ready for testflight.
OGZ made its first public outing at the Antwerp Stampe Fly-in.