Wrapping up winter projects.

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Wrapping up winter projects.

Postby SteveC » Mon Apr 09, 2018 2:02 am

This is a few photos of some of our winter projects that are starting to wrap up.
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Poor photo, but in the background is the KE-4 Kevin built from parts on the "Free" pile at Tomahawk last year!  It really turned out nice, and it took 3 power heads to get enough salvageable parts for this.
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photo of a 1955 Mk-25 project that is almost done.  Correct Sunset Orange from Reprotint.  The "Test Mule" project in back ground.
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Another photo of the Mk-25, KE-4 almost done.  Need to finish the lower cowl, add grease and fuel.
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Our most recent KE-7 almost done.
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Project "Greased Lightning"  Note, no hole for the choke button which has been relocated to the bottom of the cowl.  Used a Mk-10 style choke lever on the KA-20A carburetor.
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Another of project "Greased Lightning"
2 KD-4s, 2 KE-4's, 3 KE-7's, 2 KF-7's, KG-7 rat, 3 KG-7's,2 KH-7's, 2 KF-5's, 2 Mk-5's, 4 Mk-20's, 7 Mk-25's, Mk-28.5, 3 Mk-10's , Merc. 450, 4 Merc.110's 63,68,68,69, 13 200's, Merc 60, Merc 800(71), & 1984 "D.U." 7.5
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Re: Wrapping up winter projects.

Postby 58woody » Mon Apr 09, 2018 4:11 am

Busy, great stuff!  [canada.gif]
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Re: Wrapping up winter projects.

Postby SteveC » Mon Apr 09, 2018 12:51 pm

58woody wrote:Busy, great stuff!  [canada.gif]


Thanks Chris, the Mk-25 has your fuel lines in it.  They fit great!  Really appreciate it.

Steve
2 KD-4s, 2 KE-4's, 3 KE-7's, 2 KF-7's, KG-7 rat, 3 KG-7's,2 KH-7's, 2 KF-5's, 2 Mk-5's, 4 Mk-20's, 7 Mk-25's, Mk-28.5, 3 Mk-10's , Merc. 450, 4 Merc.110's 63,68,68,69, 13 200's, Merc 60, Merc 800(71), & 1984 "D.U." 7.5
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