Steve Hinton began
his Motion Picture and Television Aviation Career in 1976, flying a variety
of World War II," Warbirds " for the Television series, " Baa Baa Black Sheep ",
also known as the," Blacksheep Squadron ".
For over Twenty-Five
years, Steve has provided his unequaled services
and expertise as a Pilot and /or Aerial Coordinator for countless Feature Motion Pictures, Movies made for
Television, Television Series and Commercials.In addition to his Film activities, Steve took time out in 1979 to establish a new
World's Speed Record for piston powered aircraft, ( 499.046 mph ). That record set in a highly modified P-51 Mustang,
" Red Baron " remained unbeaten for ten years! Steve participated as an Unlimited Race Pilot for 13 years, flying the " Red Baron",
John Sandberg's," Tsunami " and the All Coast racing team's, " Super Corsair ",
winning two Gold National Championships (1978 Red Baron and 1985 Super Corsair).
Since 1990 Steve has continued his long relationship with air racing as the Official,
Reno National Air Races Unlimited Pace Pilot, flying a Lockheed T-33 Jet Pace Plane.Currently, Steve is President of, The Air Museum Planes of Fame and
Owner of Fighter Rebuilders, a world renowned aviation company devoted to the restoration of , " Warbirds ".
Both these organizations are located at the Chino Airport, Chino, California. Steve is a charter member of the Motion Picture Pilots
Association, a memberin good standing of the Screen Actors Guild and is also an active member of the
Experimental Aircraft Association,Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, National Air Race Group,
Palm Springs Air Museum and The Fighter Collection in England.
The Planes of Fame Museum
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