More ideas from Liryczny

An Corsair of the famous "Jolly Rogers" of Fighting Squadron (VF) 17 pictured on Green Island after making an emergency landing there in The airstrip had not yet been completed when the aircraft arrived.

A detailed image of the CJFM Corsair cockpit during restoration. The joystick is actually from one of the Royal Navy Corsairs salvaged off the Gold Coast back in the 1990s. The seat, while not one manufactured by Vought, is an original, AN-standard seat approved by Vought as a substitute and temporarily fitted in while the armor plate is sourced. (image via CJFM)

Update on Australian Chance-Vought Corsair Restoration at the Classic Jets Fighter Museum near Adelaide, Australia

Corsair 14 ft. diameter tr-blade prop. 2000 horsepower YAHOO!!

The Corsair has always been popular with diorama builders and this is an excellent job. I'd like to know what the scale is, though the detail on the metal strips in the carrier deck suggests scale.