I'm not sure from reading this thread what one has to do with the other - are they one and the same? (the Owl's Head Transportation Museum and the "one at the Knox County Airport")
And just how active is the Owl's Head museum? I wrote to them a long time ago to inform them that they might have more success selling the Widgeon project that they have listed for sale on their Web site if they were to more properly and accurately identify it as what it really is.
They have it listed as a "1964 Grumman
" Widgeon when it is really a 1949 SCAN Type 30
Widgeon (i.e. a French-built copy of a G-44A mfg.'d using metric standards) that was re-assembled and issued a CoA in the US in 1964 under the Grumman TC (which does not
make it an actual "Grumman")
Thing is, it may have been sold "already" because its registration changed back in 2008
from the previous owner in NH to a new owner in White Salmon, WA, so then the question becomes "why do they still have it listed as being for sale in ME some 7 years later?" Maybe they are just a little bit slow getting around to updating their Web site content?