See all Blog Posts Metal Supermarkets Customer restores a 1943 Aircraft Engine Category: Customer Stories Posted: November 28, 2014 Daniel Solheim turned to Metal Supermarkets Chicago (Bridgeview) when he needed metal to restore an original 1943 Lycoming Radial R680-13 Aircraft Engine. Originally, the engine was completely disassembled and had parts missing. With his skills and the help of Metal Supermarkets, Daniel fully restored the engine to its original working condition. Metal Supermarkets Chicago (Bridgeview) provided Daniel with a custom welded engine stand that raises the engine to the correct height for testing. Check out Daniel’s restored engine in action, supported by the stand made by Metal Supermarkets: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9CHVg0paM3w&feature=youtu.be Daniels restoration days aren’t behind him yet. “I’ve purchased two more of these radial aircraft engines to rebuild” says Daniel. “I’ll be using your services again soon.” Metal Supermarkets Chicago (Bridgeview) is located in 9012 Thomas Avenue, Bridgeview, Illinois. Let Metal Supermarkets provide you with the metal for your next restoration project. Visit, call or email one of 70+ locations to get the metal you need, when you need it. Metal Supermarkets Metal Supermarkets is the world’s largest small-quantity metal supplier with over 100 brick-and-mortar stores across the US, Canada, and United Kingdom. We are metal experts and have been providing quality customer service and products since 1985. At Metal Supermarkets, we supply a wide range of metals for a variety of applications. Our stock includes: mild steel, stainless steel, aluminum, tool steel, alloy steel, brass, bronze and copper. We stock a wide range of shapes including: bars, tubes, sheets, plates and more. And we can cut metal to your exact specifications. Visit one of our 100+ locations across North America today. Share: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn E-Mail Related blog articles Wrought vs Cast Iron: What is the difference? What Are The Uses Of Perforated Sheets? Aluminum Tubing: What Is It Used For?