Also known as the Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum or Air Zoo or Kalamazoo Air Museum.
P-40N-35-CU Warhawk Serial Number 44-7619
Built by Curtiss constructors number 33359. To civil registry as N5038V, then N1251N, then N222SU, adopting ID of crashed P-40E N1251N with c/n 18757 RAF sn Al113 and RCAF s/n 173, N222SU. Now carries the correct identification of 44-7619. Displayed the Air Zoo.
SBD-3 Dauntless Bureau Number 06624
During the 1990s, recovered from Lake Michigan
RP-39Q Airacobra 44-3908
Built as a two-seat trainer. Postwar, sold to civlian market and registered as NX4829N.
Later restored as a racer registered as NX40A . During 1975 sold to the Confederate Air Force (CAF). Painted in the markings of a P-400 Airacobra. During 1981 sold to Kalamazoo Air Museum. Today remains in flying condition.
B-25H Mitchell 43-4899
Acquired by Kalamazoo during 1988 where the restoration was completed. Painted in the markings of 345th BG "Air Apaches" with tail number 4899
P-47D-40-RA Thunderbolt 45-49181
Postwar to Peru as FAP 539 then FAP 115. Returned to the United States, registered as N47DC, next N159LF. Aquired by the Kalamazoo Aur Museum and registered as N444SU. Painted in the markings of P-47D-25-RE Thunderbolt 42-26418 assigned to the 56th FG, 61st FS crash landed July 20, 1944 near Bassinheim Airfield piloted by Francis Gabreski who was taken prisoner
P-38 Lightning (Relica)
Acquired by Kalamazoo during 1988