Today the wings went on. At 11am the wings were in the cradle and my friend, also an ex glider pilot, arrived. By 12:15 both wings were on, 12 bolts installed, and we were wondering what all the fuss was about. (I mention ex glider/soaring pilot because we both have experience of putting wings on each time before we fly! I think this experience simplifies the task.)
There are a few more pictures here
Labels: wings fuselage
Rudolph finally made it to North Yorkshire today! A bit late, and looking tired. (He, aka BAX Global, has been on the road for a month with this 'air' shipment.)
The crate appears to me to be somewhat bigger than necessary, but the contents are undamaged so I am happy. Perhaps O-540 use the same packaging.
For now it is snuggling up to the central heating boiler.
Sue and Brad at Aerosport Power have been as nice as anyone to deal with.