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Old Jan 29, 2013, 01:20 AM
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Thanks For the Tutorial

Earl, Like you I've got a lot of planes in some state of thinking about building, punching out, on the board, being covered, getting the engines tested repairing hanger rash and hopefully heaven forbid in the air. I really appreciate finding this build as I've got a Nosen Mr. Mulligan that I really want to build. This one appears to be an original not the A&A Industries version but it is not pretty I was a bit dismayed as I was working the ribs out of the sheets today (got a back strain and am not fit for honest work). There's no doubt that I'll have to take my medicine and rework the ribs and the spar slots. It was fortunate for me to be getting this tutorial. Thanks for sharing the know how. And yes between unfinished dressers, big boxes of airplanes, power tools and building boards there does come a time when you just run out of space. I don't have room to swing a cat just ask my five cats. Cliffc
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