There is so much to see and do here, this only scratches the surface - I missed the homebuilts, Fun Fly Zone, helicopters, Pioneer Airport, tethered balloons, drones, autogiros, seaplanes, and much, much more - I imagine that Jcarr will have a lot of pics of things I missed (and better quality, too), but here you go. Link to the first post:

Waco UBF - Waco made (and makes) a lot of stunning aircraft. This is a show winner.

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Cessna 180's
Fairchild 71 - built in 1929
Stinson V77
Beech Model 17 - Staggerwing

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A lot of people think the Staggerwing is the most beautiful airplane ever built. This one is stunning.
Stearman - from the Warbird side

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Stinson Reliant (SR-9C)
Taylorcraft

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V35 Bonanza - love the V-Tail, this is a gorgeous example
Airshow. Yes, that’s a Beech Bonanza doing aerobatics (F33C)

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The iconic little yellow airplane.
Model T’s - all of them. Ford is a sponsor and was running tours of the grounds in them.

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Model T on a tour
Replica, but cool nonetheless

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More Stearmans
Blue Origin - presume that this is the New Shepard?

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You can use your old Corvair engine in an airplane!
Gamebird - this airplane flew in the airshow. As a demo, trying to drum up sales.

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Helio Courier - lousy photo, but I love these planes. Incredible STOL performance. Those leading edge slats drop automatically at low speeds, further reducing stall speed.
Honor Flight arrival

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Howard H500. Beautiful airplane, and big, too. Only 22 were ever built, and there’s another one right behind this one.
Waco biplane in the airshow - Screamin’ Sasquatch. Sports a P&W 985 radial - AND a GE CJ610 jet engine. Weird to hear this little biplane making jet noises

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Flagship Detroit DC-3. Great guys showing this one - out of Nashville, I believe - I was waitlisted for a 6pm ride in this, but didn’t get on.
Interior of the Flagship Detroit - just like it was back in the day

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Ford - presumably a ‘41
This Ford is a ‘64. Shown by a muscle car restorer in Chippewa Falls

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Bucker Jungmeister upside down, Beech 18 right side up. The Jungmeister has only 160 HP, so aerobatics in it are slow- which allows you take in the grace and beauty of what the pilot is doing more easily than the high powered aircraft, IMHO. It also requires a lot of momentum management.
One for Torch

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Proteus
OK, so the Shorts isn’t the prettiest airplane in the world, but it does its job.

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Stearman in the Vintage area.
Another Model T on tour

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Tic-tac-toe. I presume this ended in a cat’s game.
Waco YKC and Monocoupe 90

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Waco S3HD
Waco YMF-S5C - newer

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A beautiful Cessna 182 - old school square tail. Hopefully right side up.