I had the distinct privilege of ferrying the world's oldest flying Cessna from Poplar Grove, IL to its new home at the Eagles Mere Air Museum last week, a trip of about 9 1/2 flying hours spread over two days. This aircraft, a 1928 Cessna AW, was restored by Gar Williams and was Grand Champion at both Oshkosh and the AAA fly-in at Blakesburg in 1981, still the only airplane to accomplish that feat as far as I know. I thought there might be some interest in photos of the 'plane, so will post some here.
At Poplar Grove with the Thomas' Waco SRE
Rear view at Wynkoop Airport, Ohio
Some of these are a bit over exposed, here is the open rocker 110 Warner engine