NEW We have just aquired the rights and equiptment to make and repair the famous Florian Pinkers. We will be set up to repair and sharpen existing pinkers beginning in December. We hope to be selling brand new pinkers beginning in early 2013.
You can find more information at our website www.florianpinker.com
In the aircraft for sale section we currently have a 1946 Stinson 108 for sale. The plane is in excellent condition with only 2000 hours total time and priced low. Click for more information.
For the restoration section, the wings and fuselage of the Pre-war J-3 we are restoring has recently been covered in fabric and painted. Click for more information.
Overall Aircraft is now producing 8.5 and 10.3 foot plywood sailing dinghies. We use the same equipment, skill, and attention to detail that we use in producing aircraft components. We only use the finest material in constructing these dinghies such as marine grade plywood, aircraft spruce, epoxy, and SST hardware. Both boats utilize Stitch and Glue construction which makes building them easy even for a novice. We sheath the outside and inside floor of our boats with fiberglass cloth and epoxy for longer life and less maintenance. They can be finished by painting them and/or by varnishing them so the beauty of the wood can be seen. We offer both designs in kit form, assemembled and ready for paint, or as finished boats ready to go. For more information visit our website www.overallboatworks.com
Overall Aircraft Services,
LLC is an independent, full service aircraft maintenance, restoration
and custom build facility. We are located 20 miles Northwest of
Portland, Oregon at the Scappoose Airport (SPB). We perform minor to major repairs and alterations
to both GA Aircraft and Helicopters, routine inspections, and repairs
to complete overhauls.
Under the Evergreen Aviation
Services and Restoration name we have produced several award winning
ground up restorations, custom built aircraft, components and an owner
assist program to help the "Do it yourselfers". At this time we are
starting to downplay the Evergreen name and just go with Overall
Aircraft due to confusion with the Evergreen Museum and the large
aircraft and helicopter operation associated with it at McMinnville,