Well, the fuselage came back from Van's Aircraft with a proficient paint job that looks very nice. As the picture shows it is a medium, semi-gloss gray that sort of reminds me of a Navy gray. That step being kindly taken care of, we moved ahead with progress on the fuselage.
The upper-forward-fuselage saw lots of work. It was prosealed to the lower-forward-fuselage and the longerons.
The team working on the wing almost finished it and successfully installed the wing tip. The optional lighting kit was opened and a custom hole was cut in the wing tip to allow the mounting of the navigation and strobe position lights.
And here is the inspection panel for the left wing.
I hate to say this, but I think the previous generations are finally starting to get infected with the technology thing.
Uh oh... IT WAST'T ME (I hope)...
It was a proseal kind of day with more of it being mixed for construction of the fuel tank.
This was a short demonstration at the end of the day on how the fuel tank will be attached in a few weeks.
I will not be at TeenFlight for the next two Saturday work sessions (I will be in Honduras on a mission trip) therefore I will not be updating the blog.
Our sights are set on flying by June.