Daily Archive: November 3, 2019

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2004-10-24

8.5 hours Cameron was by today, so I took advantage of him by getting him to drive all the rivets for the turtledeck skin. This took us quite a while, with me inside bucking,...

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2004-10-10

8.5 hours Cameron was by today, so I took advantage of him by getting him to drive all the rivets for the turtledeck skin. This took us quite a while, with me inside bucking,...

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2004-08-17

By popular demand from the RV-List, I took some better photos of the Matco parking brake valve, and the external stop I made as part of the doubler to the firewall. The angle stock...

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2004-08-15

9 hours Today was a fuselage day. Last night, I stopped by the hangar to measure up for a new center console design. Then, when I got home, I hit the CAD tube, and...

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2004-07-18

Here are the shots as promised of the centre console that I’m trying to develop. I’m hoping to put the throttle just aft of the fuel selector, and then also have my Blue Mountain...

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2004-05-16

5 hours Some of this 5 hours was spent doing electrical, so you can look there to see what’s been going on… Nothing smoking yet! Anyways, fuselage stuff… I didn’t do too much. I...

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2004-05-09

5 hours Some of this 5 hours was spent doing electrical, so you can look there to see what’s been going on… Nothing smoking yet! Anyways, fuselage stuff… I didn’t do too much. I...

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Fuselage 2

Didn’t take any pictures of us actually laying on the topcoat, but here are some finished shots. The grey matches the middle of the seats. Coincidence? Nope. The panel will be a darker grey...

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Fuselage 1

Our quick build kit arrived November 11th, 2002. Wings and all. I recruited a couple of buddies from work to help unload it from the Roadway truck. We had some fun, I can tell...

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4sierratango.com is back!

After a long hiatus, caused by multiple factors like web hosting, DNS technical issues, the original website being compromised by a virus, and a lack of time, I figured that it was time to...