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Jerry - Update on Cutting & Notching the Fuselage

Jerry

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Now... I don't want to hear anymore complaints about not having enough room to work on your biplane. I could barely fit the fuselage table in my one car garage. I managed... not by much though.


Been working on the one side for a few days now. That Joint Jigger, Dale convince me to use, is working out great. Moving right along...


I'll be tacking up this first side this weekend then on to the second. I'll have it on it's wheels before Spring rolls around.


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