|11-07-2010, 12:35 PM||#1|
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I've posted a few times regarding a display Chipmunk I'm building for the local flying club. In trade I'm acquiring the previous model with the intention of getting it flying.
I'd like to see if anyone can help identifying the manufacturer just by dimensions, (sorry, forgot to bring camera).
W/S 69", L 46" with a plastic cowl of approx 6 1/2-7" diameter. Weight without motor is in the 4-5lb range, but don't take that as a guarantee. It has a one piece canopy, with double ribs associated with separations where the canopy would slide.
Once I have the Chip complete I'll have the oportunity to bring it home. Over the winter build season I hope to go through it, cleaning up some of the build errors, installing the control system and looking at adding retracts, flaps and perhaps lights.
I think this may be a tall order, but never know till you try.
I know there's money in aviation........I put it there!
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