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Salinas-based Cal Pacific Airmotive, Inc. specializes in restoring P-51 Mustangs, the American long-range, single-seat fighters and fighter-bombers first used during World War II. Located at the Salinas Municipal Airport, the company is among only a handful to work on North American P-51 Mustangs exclusively – holding special FAA approvals for this aircraft – and is one of the oldest warbird restorers in the world.

Cal Pacific Airmotive was established as a FAA Certified Repair Station in 1976 by Fran and Art Teeters and remains family owned and operated today – serving customers across the U.S. and a small amount internationally. The company maintains a staff of 12 mechanics and fabricators to ensure the highest quality control in their unique industry.

Cal Pacific Airmotive finds several benefits to its location in Salinas. When the Salinas Valley Enterprise Zone was established in 2009, it aided the company’s efforts to expand its business to include in-house computer numeric control (CNC) machine operations to fabricate parts.

In addition, the Salinas Municipal Airport is centrally located and equipped with an Instrument Landing System (ILS) to allow for 24-hour operations year round. The airport is also operated from a well-managed and self-supporting Airport Enterprise Fund, that helps insure the company’s future. Cal Pacific Airmotive also finds Salinas’ year-round mild climate and proximity to various outdoor activities to be good for business, visiting customers and their employees and their families.

Pictured Above: The P-51B built by Cal Pacific Airmotive for Jack Roush, pilot and aviation enthusiast and founder and co-owner of Roush Fenway NASCAR Race Team.

Photo by Tyson Rininger