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Papua New Guinea Ki-61 Tonys move to Precision Aerospace
by Robert Greinert

Ki-61 Tony Manufacture Number 292
Tony 292 is unique as a relic and following a request from Murray Griffiths, CEO of the Precision Aerospace, it was agreed to loan the unit for display in the rapidly developing Museum. It is proposed to display the relic in a jungle setting next to some of its former opponents ala P40's, P39's and Wirraway.

Ki-61 Tony Manufacture Number 299
Salvaged in 1984 from Alexishafen, Ki-61 Tony 299 was left to suffer the ravages of time and elements in the backyard of the PNG Modern History Museum , Port Moresby. The unit was shipped by Robert Greinert in 2002 from the National Museum in Port Moresby to assist in the restoration of the PNG Museum Ki-61 Tony 640.

Ki-61 Tony Manufacture Number 640
The famous 'Nuku' Tony, a perfectly intact Ki-61 that force landed behind Wewak, and was recovered in the early 1980s, and since displayed at the PNG Museum until July 29, 2004 was containered by Robert Greinert / HARS, and sent to Precision Aerospace for restoration and return to the PNG Museum.

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