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When she was owned by Dick Austin and operated out of North Carolina.
In the picture with several men talking, the man on the left is John Livingston. The man in the center (yellow shirt) is Dick Austin).
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John Worm is making great progress on his Warner 185X. The first motor is coming off of the CNC machine. There is a Warner 185X Group on Facebook where John posts updates and answers questions. The following pictures are were posted on that Group page.
You can also get more information on his web page.
Cases are off the machine, first and second operations. Just have to do the bores for jugs and lifter guides. Induction housing jig is on the machine right now, and starting to run them by Friday. It’s been a long road to bring the Warner 185 back, but we’re finally in production!
Picture by Roger Cain Photography, shine by Brant Seghetti:
I received these pictures of NC15440 from Brant Seghetti.
Harmon Dickerson recently posted some pictures of several of Red Lerille’s Monocoupes on his Facebook Page. Red is from Lafayette, LA and owns Red Lerille’s Health and Racquet Club, the largest gym in the region.
Red has an outstanding collection of perfectly restored Monocoupes and here are pictures of several of them.
His 1941 Monocoupe D-145, NC17687, which is now on display at the Wedell-Williams Memorial Aviation & Cypress Sawmill Museum in Patterson Louisiana.