In August 2011, private pilot and truck driver Ron Brown of Memphis, Missouri, discovered an ad in Trade-a-Plane for N5738B, a restored and airworthy 1928 OX-5-powered, three-place Pheasant H-10 biplane.
Immediately intrigued, Brown’s wheels started turning.
“Our generation heard the old timers talk about the Pheasant for years because the Pheasant Aircraft Company built 36 of the biplanes here,” said Brown.
He decided it would be great to be able to buy that Pheasant and bring it home to its birthplace in Memphis.[Read more…]