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Old Sep 17, 2004, 04:33 AM
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Gerry,

Any progress with the remaining three wing assemblies?

You must have gone to bed pretty late?

Any pic's?

Carlos
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Old Sep 17, 2004, 07:39 PM
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Bucker Jungmeister

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A look ahead at what my preference is for paint scheme. This swiss yellow is beautiful.

Got more balsa today on my way to work (working second shift this week)

Hopefully will complete both fuselage sides tonight and should have them joined by tonight/tomorrow morning.

Gerry.
Hi Gerry, How can I get a copy of the photo of the yellow swiss Bucker Jungmeister. I tried to print it and I was shot down. Something is blocking my ability to print this picture. Could you send it to me via E-mail.
rayjay3@optonline.net Thank you, Ray
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Old Sep 20, 2004, 03:58 PM
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Ray,

I just e-mailed you the photo. How's your Jungmeister flying?...it's a beautiful plane.

Happy Landings!!

Gerry.
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Old Sep 20, 2004, 08:16 PM
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I had posted this on the other Jungmeister thread...
While this link is a German language page the 3 view on the page are selectable for larger JPEG images. (Click and image and you'll get a full sized version of the "thumbnail.")
You can use language translation programs/site for this.

http://www.buecker-museum.de/geschic...133/bue133.htm

Altavista's Babel Fish translation service at:
http://world.altavista.com/

What every kid needs growing up:
http://www.buecker-museum.de/modellb...etflugzeug.htm

BU 131 Jungman
http://world.altavista.com/babelfish...2fjungmann.htm

Check out the Bucker photo show on:
http://world.altavista.com/babelfish...%2fgalerie.htm
This is a great source of color schemes on the BU133 Jungmeisters.

Some detail photos of the real deal...museum photos:
http://world.altavista.com/babelfish...etailfotos.htm

RAFster
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Old Sep 21, 2004, 08:10 AM
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David,

Thanks for the pic links. Downloaded quite a few for when I start mine.

charlie
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Old Sep 21, 2004, 08:29 AM
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Ray,

I just e-mailed you the photo. How's your Jungmeister flying?...it's a beautiful plane.

Happy Landings!!

Gerry.
Hi Gerry, Thanks a lot for the photo! My Bucker I just had 2 new cells added to the battery pack it is now a 12 cell 2400 and I changed the prop a 14x7 to a 13x8. The weather has been pretty bad of late but I will let you know how it performs on the new battery. Thank you again for the picture. Ray
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Old Sep 21, 2004, 09:23 AM
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Gerry,

Thank you for posting this thread. I have often thought about getting a Jungmeister plans to build. But I never did. You have inspired me and I just placed my order. I have not done a scratch build in a while but I am looking forward to it.

Curious, what are you thinking for power plant, AUW?

Thanks,
Joe
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Old Sep 21, 2004, 10:23 AM
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Joe,

You must finish the Pitts M12 before you start another project.

I stopped by Gerry's last night to show him my progress on my Pitts and I saw that he had started on one of the left wing panels. That Bucker is going to be one awsome model. Earl
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Old Sep 21, 2004, 10:28 AM
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Earl,
Actually, I have to finish the Pitts, then at least finish building a 48" Rascal or my daughter will have a kaniption fit!

Besides it will take any where from a little over 1 to three weeks to get the plans according to the email they sent me.

Besides, I have to be plannig that next build long before I finish the one I am on. Otherwise, I might end up with nothing to build.

Have fun guys and keep an eye on that weather down there. It looks like you are in for some more "fun" before the season is over.

Joe
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Bucker Resources on the web

I'm building a 1/4 scale Jungmann.

A great on-line resoource for info is http://sbeaver.tzo.com/bucker/

Some really useful pics and info.

Chris
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Old Sep 26, 2004, 09:23 AM
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How's the Hurricane JEANNE vacation/progress coming along?

Gerry,

Well? Have you progressed with your build on that wonderful BUCKER JUNGMEISTER?

Call me and let me know should you require assistance or encouragement.

As you maybe doing, I am waiting for this Ugly Hurricane JEANNE to blow over so, we can take to the skys again.

Later!
Carlos
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Old Oct 03, 2004, 08:59 PM
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Need To Get Back On The Saddle!

Ooooooo Gerry.......

Lets leave all things aside and lets FINISH that wonderful model you have started! The NO WINE BEFORE IT's TIME is turning over like a bad grape

Let's leave the computer downloads aside for a while and work one hour at a time .....

Seriously good buddy, I hope after you get that detailed Fiberglass cowling you get back on the SADDLE again!

Carlos
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Old Oct 03, 2004, 09:15 PM
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Carlos,

Good shot in the arm. Couple of things came up that diverted my attention a little bit from the building. But now I'm ready to get back on it. This week should show quite some progress. More to come...

Gerry.
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Old Oct 05, 2004, 08:09 PM
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Gerry,
I'm glad to see that you are getting back to this project. Keep us
informed with your progress. Post Pictures! Also, any problems
that you run into with construction and the solutions that you have
found to work through them. It always helps to see how some one
else solves problems. It gives us more options to store away in the
organic computer for the day we might need it.

I was glad to meet you last Saturday at Graves RC. I'm sure we
helped Earl with his Pitts. I think if I held up that cream
color Monokote next to the dark blue on his Pitts one more time he
would have hit me with a carbon fiber rod.
He certainly is doing a fine job with the construction.

You and I were talking about the different covering materials and the
combinations that seemed attractive and you held up a roll of
Maroon and Cream Monokote and said you liked the combination.
I thought I would send you a pic of that combination I did a
few years ago. "Shadow Dancer" 102" WS 14.5 Lbs
Barry
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Old Oct 05, 2004, 08:58 PM
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Barry,

That's a gorgeous plane!!...that color match really stands up from the rest...kind of reminiscent of the 40's and 50's classics...

I will post photos soon. I hope the first wing will be complete in a couple of days. More to come...

Gerry.
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