Separation Anxiety Aug 20th 2010 Stratford Corsair Work Update

A brief update this week. We are moving along and were able to break the factory seam with no real issue. The team we have is professional and is getting things done, the right way. I want to thank Frank Wright from Yanks Air Museum in Chino, CA for allowing me to come out and get some measurements we needed and to check out their fine collection of aircraft. It is a must see collection.

Rigging the Monster

The Corsair is rigged up to remove the fuselage.

Seperation Anxiety

A Picture Says a Thousand Words...

Tail Research from Trip to Yanks in Chino

From a Recent Fact Finding Mission to Chino, CA. Yanks Air Museum was kind enough to let me come out and crawl around their FG1-D.

Tail Research from Trip to Yanks in Chino

We are in dire need of this filler panel. Anyone out here have one?

Tail Research from Trip to Yanks in Chino

The magic numbers we have been looking for.

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3 Responses to Separation Anxiety Aug 20th 2010 Stratford Corsair Work Update

  1. Gordon J. Johannes says:

    Good job on your restoration project. I look forward to viewing a video of the first flight…

  2. Laura says:

    Great job!!! I have to say I like the new format with more pictures, it makes you feel like part of the action. You have a HUGE task in front of you, but if anyone can make it happen it’s you and your tremendous team!

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