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What The Experts Are Saying About My Projects ...
Museum Quality Preservation and Restorations
"David. Just absolutely Beautiful! The Cart in your hands will be one of the top restorations in the country! Wonderful."
Military Historian & Collector
Author, "WWI Collector's Handbook"
- 20 years Flight Test R&D Experience
- 25 years Aircraft Mechanic – FAA Airframe &
- Aircraft Mechanical Design Engineer
- Wichita State University CAD Design Lab
- Federal Firearms Curio and Relics License
FIRST PLACE - BEST VEHICLE DISPLAY 2015
THE MILITARY VEHICLE PRESERVATION ASSOCIATION (MVPA) HELD IT'S ANNUAL NATIONAL CONVENTION IN TOPEKA KANSAS.
MY WW1 M1917 AMBULANCE WAS A MAJOR HIT AND STIRRED AN AMAZING AMOUNT OF ATTENTION FROM FANS AND MILITARY VEHICLE ENTHUSIASTS
IT WAS AN HONOR TO WIN MY FIRST NATIONAL COMPETITION.
"David has an unusually clear view of the weapon systems and vehicles of the United States in World War 1 and 2. I would endorse David for any museum or movie producer who wishes to have authentic representations for the hardware that made America great. Dave can make anything that might support your project. We need to save our machinery before it is too late. Bravo Dave!"
Dr. Gregory Archer
Author, "Private Heller and the
I acquired my first artifact when I was 16 years old. It was a 37 mm tank round from WW1 dated 1917.
40 years later I am still an avid student of the Great War....and still collecting WW1 artifacts.
Based on my mechanical and engineering back ground I have a different slant on my findings from WW1. My interests lay in the mechanical development and escalation of the weapons, machines and tactics of the armies engaged in the brutal world war.
Then They Made a Model of My Ambulance......