Grand Canyon Airlines Logo.

The Eagle Has Landed!

39 woodie being off-loaded.

Grand Canyon Airlines' 1939 Pontiac arrives at the shop.

1939 Pontiac Woodie, right side.

Thanks to being stored out of the weather in an Arizona aircraft hanger for the last couple decades, this woodie is in remarkably good shape.

Pontiac indian head hood ornament. GCA logo on door.

The original Grand Canyon Airlines logo still looks good.

1939 Pontiac Woodie, tailgate open.

1939 Pontiac Woodie, rear.

Randy checks out the woodie.

1939 Pontiac Woodie, grill.

Except for a few dents and cracks, the sheetmetal is in pretty good condition. Not much rust and nothing that can't be repaired, so there will be no need to hunt down replacements.

1939 Pontiac Woodie, missing driver door.

The drivers door, which is in pieces in the back seat, is the only part of the woodie that was not intact.

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