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Tail
Fuselage Fairings
Backyard Assembly
Airport Assembly
First Flight
More Flights
Album 2005

 

Some people say "90% done, 90% to go".  I found it's true that finishing of the aircraft is not to be under-estimated.  It takes time!  And a lot of it is not in the construction log.  The reality is that a lot of time is spend shopping for parts such as clamps, hoses, screws, bolts, nuts, plastic, and what else.

 Follow those links for finishing details:

Tail
Fuselage Fairings
Miscellaneous Finishing Pictures (Backyard Assembly)
Airport Assembly
First Flight! (on June 25, 2004)
More Flights
2005 Album

You may also consider these as finishing pages (this comes from my Construction Details section):

Canopy
Cowling

 

 

 

 

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