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    RE: Eindecker EIII

    Hey Art.... is that my Coleman gas lantern in front of your Nieuport?
    And more importantly, are you using that 1/4 scale pilot to the left of it??????

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    RE: Eindecker EIII

    yes and yes........but it is 1/3 not 1/4 scale.......that's my Nieuport pilot!

    I had your lantern on the bench with all the boat stuff at the Christmas party - I guess me and birdman just didn't get it loaded.

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    RE: Eindecker EIII

    A bit of progress on the ailerons....
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    RE: Eindecker EIII

    Still a joy to watch Art [8D]

    Your plates leave with tomorrows mail.

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    RE: Eindecker EIII


    ORIGINAL: Teus

    Still a joy to watch Art [8D]

    Your plates leave with tomorrows mail.

    Thank you, you are too kind.

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    RE: Eindecker EIII

    ORIGINAL: R/C Art


    ORIGINAL: Teus

    Still a joy to watch Art [8D]

    Your plates leave with tomorrows mail.

    Thank you, you are too kind.
    What plates?...................plates? ......................dinner plates?.....

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    Will post small update about the side cheeks Barry and I are attemping to.hammer,smash,bend,tweek,heat,twist,roll....hamm er some more...and Voilia! Beautiful side cheeks!
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    RE: Eindecker EIII


    ORIGINAL: Horsepoweraviation

    What plates?...................plates? ......................dinner plates?.....

    Well, if you want to loose some weight than you must certainly use these plates

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    RE: Eindecker EIII

    One aileron framed - one to go!

    (have you ever seen anyone this slow?)
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    RE: Eindecker EIII

    ORIGINAL: R/C Art

    One aileron framed - one to go!

    (have you ever seen anyone this slow?)

    UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM .......................... NO!
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    RE: Eindecker EIII

    As promised.....
    Here are a couple of pics of the side cheek
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    RE: Eindecker EIII

    Where's the cheek cowl for the left side?

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    RE: Eindecker EIII

    2nd aileron under construction.........
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    RE: Eindecker EIII

    progress report........

    watching glue dry - cap strips are next.......
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    RE: Eindecker EIII

    Cap strips are on - watching glue dry again.
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    RE: Eindecker EIII

    I looked around and couldn't find anything else to glue together.........sssooooooooo, the fun begins!

    S A N D I N G !

    Don't forget your dush mask or respirator! As we age our bodies are not as tolerant as when we were young, so be smart and protect your lungs. Go outside when the weather permits.

    It's 26 degrees here, so I am dirtying up the shop.......but before I cover it always gets cleaned.
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    RE: Eindecker EIII

    Hey Art ............Larry called today and wanted to know if I was still on for tomorrow..............
    The plane will be ready for the maiden around noon..... The temp is good.....52 degrees ...But 17 mph winds! [:-][:-][:-]
    What do you think about this airplane and 17 mph?


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    RE: Eindecker EIII

    ORIGINAL: Horsepoweraviation

    Hey Art ............Larry called today and wanted to know if I was still on for tomorrow..............
    The plane will be ready for the maiden around noon..... The temp is good.....52 degrees ...But 17 mph winds! [:-][:-][:-]

    What do you think about this airplane and 17 mph?


    HPA

    What do I think? If the wind is steady and on the runway, it is probably doable....... you know, fly with contempt [>:]

    But if it is one of those swirly wind kind of days that you often have down there - FORGET IT !


    Here is the wisdom in this conversation, "A prudent modeler wouldn't fly his plane on a day like this - maybe if it were well tested - but certainly not a maiden flight!" [8D]

    Like they say, "You pays your money and you takes your chances!"

    But then again, who in the heck is THEY ?

    Sooooo, tell me Paul, just wat cha' gonna do?

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    RE: Eindecker EIII

    Looks like more balsa on the floor than what's left on the leading edge!
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    RE: Eindecker EIII

    Hey Art... In your last pic you got your Right and Left mixed up

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    RE: Eindecker EIII

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    No that's incorrect! You are just looking[:-] at it from the wrong end![8D]

    Art

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    RE: Eindecker EIII

    With no wing tips on yet the givaway is the lack of wing tube hole in the ribs, thus outer ends.
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    RE: Eindecker EIII

    Yes I know, but if you were on the other end of the table........the right would be on the right and not the left - right?

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    RE: Eindecker EIII

    Uhhhhh, never mind
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    RE: Eindecker EIII

    Hey paul , I flew a giant telemaster in 30 to 35 mile an hour wind gusts Crosswinds , the plane landed the four times sideways . every flight was as exciting as it could get ! They even got it on video ! You are a hell of a pilot , No Doughts ,,,,,,No mishaps ! if you have Doughts dont do it ! ........Rember when in dought GAS ON IT !!!!!!![X(]

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    RE: Eindecker EIII


    ORIGINAL: Billy Clink

    Hey paul , I flew a giant telemaster in 30 to 35 mile an hour wind gusts Crosswinds , the plane landed the four times sideways . every flight was as exciting as it could get ! They even got it on video ! You are a hell of a pilot , No Doughts ,,,,,,No mishaps ! if you have Doughts dont do it ! ........Rember when in dought GAS ON IT !!!!!!![X(]

    Hey Clink,
    There was some doubts about flying on Monday.......
    Being a maiden flight on a day that had 17 mph winds and gusting into the twentys............
    BUT (you know there is always a But) since Larry and Art came down to the field that day............they put incredible pressure on me to fly..........LOL LOL .......no...that wasnt true....
    Pretty much if the new DA engine started that day...it was going to go![X(][X(]

    It flew and only had a minor mishap on landing, I have several adjustments to make and re-fly it on This Sunday.........
    We will get the information we need this Sunday to finish making final adjustments.......

    Remember this............Billy...God loves you...

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