Enjoyed seeing your post about the WAAM.
One airplane you didn't mention/feature was their Aeronca KCA NC21041, but it is a huge collection.
NC 21041 represents the transition period of when modern light aircraft became, as we now appreciate, imminently more practical. Things taken for granted today, such as carb heat, dual ignition, etc., weren't required when this aircraft came off the line in Ohio, back in 1938. BTW she was #19 of 59 KCA's built that year. At some point Aeronca started to add those very things on late KCA's. Soon all light aircraft were so equipped.
Shows when I owned her. Went to Waam in 2007. AFAIK looks same today.
THE most original KCA restoration flying.