Hi Christopher,thanks for the invite,but I didn't build my CH200,jusy brought it from a later owner.I have been in touch with the builder,so could be of some help if there was anything you needed to know.Good luck anyway with your CH300 which I believe is the 3 seater version.
I never would have thought that my weblog could be compared to a novel, although there are some pretty bad novels out there. :) By reading it from beginning to end, you've done more than I have. If you can do that, you can build your own CH300! Much more rewarding and not nearly as painful (if you avoid my mistakes).
I'll take you up on that shared beverage if our paths ever cross. I spent 20 days in Australia in 1980 and loved every minute of it. Big oceans are smaller these days with the big airplanes we enjoy.
I hope you'll keep a good record of your building adventure so others down the line can learn and be inspired by what you're about to do. If you keep it online, please let me know so I can follow your progress. Have fun making those metal shavings!
I'm so pleased that my Kitlog site provided you with some ideas and inspiration to move forward with your project. Others have done the same for me over the last 8 years, so I'm glad to be able to pay it forward. Let me know if I can be of any help to you. Keep on making those metal shavings!
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