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Friday, July 17, 2009

Winding Down the Week, Winding Up for Oshkosh

The trip to Oshkosh to participate in EAA's AirVenture 2009 continues to grow in priority. With some of the ten person team leaving next Wednesday and everyone else being on the road or in the air by that Saturday, final details are being worked out as the final repairs are made to the two airplanes flying-in: the Commander 114 and the Bakeng Duece.

Ian continues installing the interior of the Commander 114.

Paul gains some major insight into the repair of spark plug leads on the Bakeng Deuce as Tim F. observes and Ian provides instruction.

Here's a shot of Scott G. who's overseeing the Bakeng Deuce project.

Of course the other four projects continue as well. While Josh continues to track down parts necessary to complete the engine he's building for a ministry in Zambia, Africa; and Chuck continues with the Cessna 337 for service in Canada:

Andy continues work on the Brazilian 206's horizontal stabilizer

and Mike prepares to install an antennae cable on the Moody 182's firewall.

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