Thursday, April 5, 2012

Cowl on twin cylinder ultralight airplane

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This is my third post of the day!.  Earlier today, I've already written and posted about John K Moody, father of ultralights, and also about our upcoming posting of a used 1/2vw engine for sale on eBay.  Scroll down this blog and / or search and you'll find dozens (actually, over 200...) articles about topics of interest to ultralight and experimental aircraft builders.  Also an occasional article about my dealings in the world of computer forensics.

We just finished fitting the cowl on the Turquoise airplane.  Gorgeous.  3 quick pics:




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