Posted by leccyflyer |
Jan 22, 2010 @ 07:19 PM | 5,052 Views
Last weekend I finally got a round tuit and cleaned out my workroom, I hadn't been in there for more than half-an-hour for months (for various reasons).
The upshot is that the surface of the workbench is now visible, albeit with a thin covering of models for repair. So I made a list and found that, for the first time in many a year, I was down to less than ten airframes that could be taken down and flown, without anything needing doing. Everything else has some little job, or bit of maintenance or minor repair, that as to be done to make them airworthy.
So, in the spirit of getting some models fettled in the next few months I'm posting these pictures with the intention that, by this time next year, every one of the airframes in view will have flown. It doesn't sound like much of a feat, but there are a few, at least, that will be a real challenge to get in the air.
I'll check in regularly and post pictures of each airframe that returns to the skies, or makes it's debut -there are at least five that haven't flown yet.