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08-01-2012, e-mail, 02.08.2012 04:45

A REPLICA OF THE B & W HANGS FROM THE CEILING OF THE NOTYHWEST AVIATION MUSEUM ON BOEING FIELD IN SEATTLE. iT IS A FULL SIZE FLYING REPLICA AND WAS BUILT IN 1966 FOR THE 50TH ANNIVERSERY OF THE INCORPORATION OF THE BOEING COMPANY AND WAS FLOWN TO WHICITA AND PHILIDELPHIA. IT WAS BUILT BY CLAYTON SCOTT AND HIS EMPLOYEES WHO HAD A SMALL AIRCRAFT REPAIR SHOP ON RENTON FIELD. CLAYTON SCOTT WAS A BOEING TEST PILOT AND FLEW B 29 AIRCRAFT BUILT IN WHICITA DURING THE WAR YEARS. MY ORGANIZATION BUILT THE PONTOONS FROM ORIGINAL DRAWINGS FOR CLAYTON AS HE DIDN'T HAVE THAT TALENT AVAILABLE IN HIS SMALL SHOP. THEY WERE HELL FOR STOUT AND STRONG ENOUGH TO SUPPORT THE ATTATCHMENT OF WHEELS FOR THE CROSS CONTRY FLIGHT, AL KRININGER


Kevin Du, e-mail, 25.06.2012 05:09

Hey guys, thanks for putting this up. I've searched everywhere about information on the Boeing Model 1 and this is one of the only websites that had it. I'm doing research on a project for this and is planning on building a 1/72 scale model on it. I was wondering if anyone knows anything about building a Boeing 1 model and is there any tips that I should follow. Thanks.


not your beeswax, e-mail, 12.03.2012 04:38

I need some IDEAS FOR PARTS OF THE B and W! AND WHO SHOULD I CONTACT FOR MORE INFO


Doug Sanders, e-mail, 30.11.2011 17:15

For Sale : G.C.Westervelt, WW 1 Navy Sword.


Ali Mirzadeh, e-mail, 19.07.2011 06:24

Mr. Elliott,
I fully share your sentiments about the absence of an appropriate tribute to Cdr. Westervelt's contributions to aviation in general and the Boeing Co. In particular. An oversight indeed. Says a lot about the sort of folks that run these institutions.


Bill Elliott, e-mail, 03.03.2011 01:27

Conrad Westervelt was my dad's uncle (his mother's brother). There was a nice tribute to him in the Congressional Record upon his passing. I was somewhat disappointed that there was not much mention of him at either the Boeing Museum in Seattle or the Wright-Patterson Museum in Dayton.


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Merv Shetler, e-mail, 03.07.2008 21:54

Bill Boeing named the first two airplanes after some ducks that lived on Lake Union where the airplanes were built. The Boeing Volunteer Retirees origanized 1995 have adopted the name of the first Model 1( a Bluebill) as their logo. We wanted to be the lead duck of volunteers in the Puget Sound area. The second airplane was called the Mallard




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