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Fantasy of Flight (Weeks Air Museum)
LinkFounder and Director: Kermit Weeks
1400 Broadway Blvd. SE
Polk City, FL 33868
Tel: 863-984-3500
Admission: $28 (adult)

Opened in 1987, the museum was formally located at Tamiami Airport, 14710 S.W., 128 Street Miami, FL 33196. Following Hurricane Andrew in 1992 the museum relocated to Polk City. The Weeks Air Museum has an impressive collection of vintage and WWII aircraft in flying condition and static display and various stages of restoration. Aircraft collection includes:

Displayed in the museum open to the pubic

B-26 Marauder 40-1464
Salvaged September - November 1971 restored by Aero Trader sold to Weeks during 1992

TP-40N Warhawk 44-47923
Acquired in 1995, first flight April 2004

B-24J "Joe" Serial Number 42-50551

L-4 Grasshopper

P-51C Mustang

FM-2 Wildcat

TBM-3E Avenger Bureau Number 91598

J2F-6 Duck

F3F Flying Barrel

Polikarpov PO-2

Ford 5AT Trimotor

B-25J "Apache Princess"

Stored in restoration and storage hangers

P-38L Lightning 44-26761
Displayed in the restoration hanger and parts stored off site

CA-16 Wirraway A20-649
Stored in the restoration hanger

B-29 Super Fortress

A-24 Dive Bomber

F6F-3 Hellcat Bureau Number 43014

O-49 Vigilant Serial Number 40-3102

Stored in the off site strorage facility

Ki-61-II Tony 379
Stored off site, fuselage on loan to Precision Aerospace

CAC Boomerang A46-174
Stored off site

CAC Boomerang A46-165
Stored off site

A6M5 Model 52 Zero 4043
Stored off site

B-17G Flying Fortress

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