On the market

Harvard 66. Picture supplied

Harvard 66 is to fly into Gisborne this afternoon from the warbird’s base in Tauranga.

The former RNZAF trainer is on the market and if enough people here join a consortium to buy it, Gisborne would become its permanent new home.

The aircraft will be hangared in the GAPS museum today and possibly over the weekend.

The Gisborne Herald understands that there are a number of people interested in being part of a consortium to buy it.

Harvard 66 is to fly into Gisborne this afternoon from the warbird’s base in Tauranga.

The former RNZAF trainer is on the market and if enough people here join a consortium to buy it, Gisborne would become its permanent new home.

The aircraft will be hangared in the GAPS museum today and possibly over the weekend.

The Gisborne Herald understands that there are a number of people interested in being part of a consortium to buy it.

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