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Build Thread, Page :  <<   5   6   7   8   9  [ 10 ]  11   12   13   14   15   >>  (339 posts, 20 posts per page, 17 pages in total) [ < Prev ] [ Next > ]
Huey V77, Comment for image # 3805302 Mar 17 14:09
John what is that material he is applying on the fabric?
John M Oshust, Image # 3805402 Mar 17 11:11

John M Oshust, Image # 3805302 Mar 17 11:04

He is a tad sore but the little builder is back at it. Gumby seals the surfaces of the empennage components.
John M Oshust, Comment for image # 3803602 Mar 17 08:57
This time minor bruising. He is about to seal the empennage surfaces.
biplane guy, Comment for image # 3803602 Mar 17 07:25
Oh no! Gumby has fallen and can't get up. Does he usually bounce back from these injuries?
Don C, Comment for image # 3803801 Mar 17 10:01
I think I see why Gumby came off the ladder earlier: his CG is not over the ladder.
John M Oshust, Comment for image # 3803828 Feb 17 15:35
rayl. John is just an observer.
John M Oshust, Comment for image # 3803628 Feb 17 15:28
An interesting factoid about the Baboon. The upper and lower wings were interchangeable. The elevators and the rudder are identical in shape and are interchangeable. Although only one Baboon was constructed, perhaps British Aerial Transport anticipated the need for pirating parts in the future. Where else could I store and construct a BAT F.K. 24 but in a Bat Cave🦇
LASTWOODSMAN, Comment for image # 3803628 Feb 17 13:50
Lookin' good! Great Bat Cave workshop!
rayl, Comment for image # 3803828 Feb 17 13:38
Looking Good Gumby!! Don't let the John mess up your fine job.
John M Oshust, Image # 3803828 Feb 17 11:05

At least Gumby his no fear of ladders. The poly-span must be sealed. When sealed it becomes translucent.
John M Oshust, Image # 3803628 Feb 17 11:01

The first dry fitting of the covered empennage in my Bat Cave.
John M Oshust, Image # 3803427 Feb 17 18:51

Baby step progress but progress none the less!
John M Oshust, Comment for image # 3802224 Feb 17 21:51
He is one tough equine as that is not a ceiling tile but a cardboard sandwiched foam board
LASTWOODSMAN, Comment for image # 3802224 Feb 17 19:57
Pretty strong mule teeth on that Gumby to push that round head pin in. Never look a gift horse int the mouth ...
John M Oshust, Image # 3802224 Feb 17 15:26

His convalescence over, Gumby and Pokey returned to the task at hand, that being, covering components of the empennage.
John M Oshust, Comment for image # 3801923 Feb 17 10:13
Don C. This was taken the day it was delivered last July. After this past weekend misque in the woods, she has a nice patina of mud. The gator is an oldy. I have replaced just about every part in it. If you can read the inscription on its side it says "Macy's Annual Thanksgiving Parade". It pulled a float. When, I am not knowing
Don C, Comment for image # 3801923 Feb 17 10:03
It's so clean!
John M Oshust, Comment for image # 3801823 Feb 17 07:39
Brian. I have had the Ford for 29 years. Manual says Ford. Logo says Ford. Engine says made by Mitsubishi Motors. It's a Zero in disguise😊
BriandKilby, Comment for image # 3801823 Feb 17 07:30
nice tractors, how did the ford Mitsubishi come about? haven't heard of the combination.
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