Steph and myself were at Popham yesterday and the damage is awful I'm afraid.
One of the worst I've seen on a Luscombe with storm damage in the UK for a long time.
Sadly, the cabin is crushed by at least 3 inches when it hit inverted. Both wings, tailplane, rudder, fin, elevators and fusalge written off. Will take a lot of other spare sections from other Luscombes to get her into the air again. Fingers crossed parts of her will fly again.
The Antonov will require at least a new lower left wing. Parked in quite an exposed spot and she would fly easily, empty, at wind speeds of 80 miles an hour recorded nearby. Such a shame...