Once again Richard Noble calls upon the unique expertise of Metspin Master Craftsman. This time Richard Noble’s private aircraft has been grounded due to a disintegrating propeller nose cone. As usual Richard can ill afford to have his aircraft out of commission as he has to fly all over Europe to attend various important meetings.
Within days the historic and vintage and veteran aircraft restoration wing at Metspin Ltd complex moves into action. Ten days later the new Spinner nose cone is ready and waiting on the shelf alongside some similar spun components for world war II fighter aircraft, such as for Spitfires and Hurricanes.
For many years now Metspin’s craftsmen have been in demand for manufacturing components for museums of aviation history and individual collectors and restorers of the worlds aviation heritage of bygone years.
Why don’t you take advantage of our unique service and join our roll of satisfied customers such as Richard Noble and The Fighter Collection at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford.
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