AR-1&AR-2- The first two, 100% new, Birddogs from Air Repair, Inc. eagerly awaiting their new owners from Florida to take delivery.
AR-1- N619JB, sporting a variation of the Red & White high visibility Arctic/Jungle paint scheme. Put into service January 2001.
AR-2- N1237V, sporting another variation of the Red & White high visibility Arctic/Jungle paint scheme. Put into service January 2001.
AR-3- N60604, clad in a gray Air Force paint scheme. Put into service July 2001. Winner of the 2002 Best L-19 award at Oskosh.
AR-4- N60591, also clad in a gray Air Force paint scheme. Put into service November 2001.
AR-5- N60585, a little different variation on the high visibility Arctic/Jungle paint scheme. Orange & White. Put into service June 2002
AR-6- Don't mess with this one! #6 dressed out in Red and White High Visibility Jungle/Arctic paint scheme, equipped with 2 twin rocket launch tubes, 4 WP rockets and drop shackles. Placed in service October 2002. Winner of the 2003 Best L-19 award at Oskosh.
AR-7- #7 got the shark treatment. If you're looking for a way to make your dog stand out in the crowd, give it a real personality. A shark mouth over a shark colored Air Force paint scheme will do the trick every time.
AR-8 OSHKOSH display aircraft purchased by Fredric "Rick" Boswell of Amherst, New Hampshire.
AR-9 Last all new Birddog from Air Repair, Inc. due to FAA rule changes. Certified November 16, 2004. Delivered to Walter Givhan of Safford, Alabama.
AR-10 Alex Davidson
AR-11 Dan Kelly
AR-12 Chuck Schooley
West Palm Beach, FL
Eduardo Garza Garza