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When I purchased the incomplete 750 project from the original owner/builder 7 years ago, he had already installed the fuel tank senders. As most know, they are '68-77 VW tank senders and the quality…Continue
This sort of relates to my 750 completion. I purchased an Icom A210 at OSH for two reasons - there was a special discount on the price and it has a built in intercom. I have an intercom in my C-120…Continue
Have all but the wings home now of the partial complete 750 project I have purchased. Have built and rebuilt several airplanes over the years and my profile picture is of one of them - a 1936 all…Continue
Trimmed and fitted forward dorsal piece to LE of horiz. stab. For those that have done this, you know it takes a lot of small trimming and fitting. The real artsy exercise is the aft piece which I have now completed. It took considerably longer. I plan on attaching these with nutplates and rivnuts instead of riveting.
Well I'll try again since I submitted about 6 hours ago and all that went thru were the photos. A liability of growing up on vacuum tubes and trying to master the computer age. I acquired Ken Ryan's 750 project and yesterday brought the wings home here to the Wasilla area from Ken's place in Anchorage. A lot of you have interacted with Ken over the last few years and I will have to say he did a fine job of building. This won't be the first airplane I've built or rebuilt over the years…Continue