Miles Whitney Straight G-AFGK was on its way west to the Lindbergh Museum in Hawaii where its relationship to the Miles Mohawk is presumably the connection.
Oshkosh would not seem right without a Ford Trimotor 5-AT-CS giving rides, but this was N414H's last appearance as it is being retired by the Lemsters and will work out its days with Grand Canyon Airways. It is the last airworthy Ford
Kari Keen Coupe 90B NC10721, c/n. 401, made by Sioux Aircraft Corp. in around 1930, is the only survivor of a small batch built. It won the Grand Champion Antique award
The origins of Heath Super Parasol N1926 are somewhat obscure. The aircraft originally registered N1926 was a Douglas M-4, so this number probably commemorates the first year of manufacture
Making its debut, Polliwagen N176PW was shown at 1976 Oshkosh in an incomplete state. Designers are Joe Alvarez and Henry Arnace. The structure is 100% glass-reinforced expoxy
N10SM is a replica of the Sperry Messenger, a type built for the U.S Army in 1922-23. To be precise, it is based on the Sperry M-1
The Raz-Mut is a Canadian "minimum aeroplane". C-GUQI is powered by a 72-h.p. McCulloch engine.