A museum member has donated 16 Wings of Texaco OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAdiecast airplanes in their original boxes to be sold as a fund-raising project for the museum. We’ll sell them through a silent auction – anyone interested in buying one can come into the museum and write down his/her bid.

Here’s what we have and their value according to what we can find online:

Texaco Eaglet glider, red (three of them) , 10th in series , 2002 — $45 each

Texaco Eaglet glider, metallic red, 10th in series , 2002, special collector’s edition — $60

1929 Buhl CA-6 Sesquiplane Spokane Sun God, red, 9th in series — $45

1929 Buhl CA-6 Sesquiplane Spokane Sun God, chrome (two of them), Special 2001 Collector’s Edition , 9th in series — $60 each

1927 Ford Tri-Motored Monoplane, Texaco’s first plane, gold color  (two of them), Special 1999 Collector’s Edition, 7th in series — $60 each

1936 Keystone Loening Commuter, The Duck, red, 8th in series — $45

1936 Keystone Loening Commuter, The Duck, chrome (two of them), 2000 special collector’s edition,8th in series — $60 each

1935 Spartan Executive (two of them), 2006, 14th in series — $45 each

1930 Travel Air Model R Mystery Ship, silver/red, special brushed metal, 2011, 19th in series — $60

Gooney Bird, Douglas DC-3C, white and red, 2003, 11th in series — $60