World War II vintage planes are big attractions at air shows across the nation, but keeping them in the air means repairs and new parts.
That’s where Dave Groh comes in. He operates Yesteryear Aviation Incorporated near Mason, Michigan.
He rebuilds and makes parts for planes that were used to train pilots. He’s got one himself. Their mostly wood and canvas bi-planes.
Why rebuild WWII trainers?
“Because we love aviation,” he chuckled, adding, “and we like World War II aircraft in particular.”