Rob checks the fit of a rib for the foreward fuselage.
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Lope's Hope 3rd serial number tags on parts.
Randy working on the horizontal stabilizer.
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Rear fuselage assembly coming together.
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Horizontal stabilizer in the jig.
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From engineering drawing to 3 dimensional aluminum.
Elevator in the jig, a good example of " North American green" , a darker green color of zinc chromate found on NAA airframes.
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Rudder restoration.
First skin on the rear fuselage.
Engine mount assembly with some of the intake ducting in place.
Beginnings of the forward fuselage
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Doghouse ribs being fitted
Correct Alclad logo stamp from 1940s reproduced
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