Grumman G-44 Widgeon

InteriorWorks had the honor of contributing to an extensive restoration of this 1943 Grumman G-44 Widgeon. The Widgeon G-44 is a twin engine amphibious aircraft, originally intended for the civil market. During WWII, it was used for small patrol by the US Navy, US Coast Guard, and the Royal Navy.

While undergoing complete mechanical and structural restoration by Aerometal International LLC (AMI), InteriorWorks designed and applied new paint with custom livery; and engineered and installed a new flightdeck instrument and overhead panel.

Before, undergoing mechanical and structural repairs by AMI:widgeon before

During–InteriorWorks rendering of proposed livery:9.1

After–Custom livery:Grumman Widgeon fresh paintGrumman Widgeon Glistening in the sun

After–new flight deck overhead instrument panel:Grumman Widgeon new interior and new panel

After–custom laser-cut speaker grill:Grumman Widgeon Custom Speaker Grill

 The finished result is a stunning example of a venerable WWII-era aircraft; fully air and seaworthy.

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