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Postby Don » Tue May 02, 2006 11:29 am

Hey Russell,
Very, Very nice looking job you should be proud! Given your seasoning it probably looks better than new. The block of wood sounds like my luck! :P
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Postby lazairiii » Tue May 02, 2006 11:31 am

Russell,

I have to say that you have really done a nice job at bringing that plane back to airworthiness. Well done. Another Lazair rescued.

That plane looks like it would be a very light plane compared to later models. That should make for some fun flights soon....right?

Great job, and something to be very proud of!

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Postby JPXman » Tue May 02, 2006 1:33 pm

email me the picture you want me to post on my registry website

tyler "at" lazair.com

good work, it probably weight half of what mine weighs :)
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Postby russell » Tue May 02, 2006 2:25 pm

Thanks all for the kind words. Criticism is also welcome.
I do feel pretty good about the way it turned out but to be honest, I am both physically and mentally exhausted. It's been every weekend minus only four since July of 05.
Before any flying other a test flight, a hanger must be constructed. It's consuming all my shop.
I think I remember that Dale K. once said that it weighed 150 lb's. I couldn't swear to it but by what it takes to lift and move around, I'd say that's probably about right. If you add that to my 6'-1" and 140 lbs. you get about what you weigh alone, huh, Tyler?!

Thanks again,
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