New parts added weekly
If you don't see what you are looking for, please contact me. I may not have it but I might know someone that does.
If you have found a part you wish to purchase please contact me with the item name and SKU #. Then I will get a shipping quote.
About Project Warbird
Project Warbird Salvage/Restoration is located in South Carolina at the Anderson Regional Airport. I am working on preserving our aviation history one part at a time. I feel that our aviation history should be preserved for our future generations to learn from, and our past generations to be honored for. I search all over the country to find aviation projects and artifacts. I will look in every barn, garage, airport, open field and wooded area to find these items. The goal is to get these aircraft parts and artifacts to museums, restorers and collectors that will preserve them.
I welcome any help with my mission that you can provide. Everyone knows that one guy down the road that has all that junk in his yard. If you know of someone that has aviation items, or you have some that you wish to part with, please let me know.
If you are working on an aircraft and need parts, please see what I have. I look forward to helping you find the part you need.
Current projects going on at Project Warbird are:
Cessna L-19 Birddog 11020 (51-4839)
Bell P-63A-10-BE 42-70190
1941 Piper J-5A Cub Cruiser
Elevators for B-17G Liberty Belle
Ailerons, all firewall forward assy’s for B-17G 44-83387
1943 Ford GPW
Thank you for visiting my website. I hope you’ll find what you’re looking for. Please visit my Facebook page to see what is going on at the shop. I post updates on the projects and other adventures going on.
Please contact me for a shipping quote on any parts you wish to purchase. Or if you are looking for a specific part or need any restoration work done.
Project Warbird is located in South Carolina at The Anderson Regional Airport in hangar #3.
All parts are sold as salvage and in non-working or unairworthy condition with no 8130 or yellow tags. Buyer will have to have a certified inspector determine airworthiness.