Carlson Skunk Works

April 1st, 2016

Moving to a New Hanger

On the 1st of March (yep, It’s been a month already!) dad got a new hanger at the airport, and so Emmett (my son), dad and I went out and moved Sawdust to it’s new abode. Dad moved the airplane, Emmett pushed the engine stand, and I… ummm… well, I took some photos and provided moral support.




This hanger seems quite a bit cleaner, brighter, and maybe a touch bigger than the old one. It should also keep the wind, rain, dust and snow out better.

Anyways, that’s today’s update – he’s also been busy priming and painting the various empennage pieces, but I’ve been pretty focused on work, and buying a house to get too involved. Hopefully I’ll have more time to help this summer!


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  1. manoelzeferino said,

    on April 6th, 2016 at 1:45 pm

    Hello Carlson is getting beautiful your plane.
    Carlson I’m looking for a plan to build an aircraft. I live in Brazil and here not so much to build . I saw this project Falconar , but there is the obstacle of language and support.
    If you can take a piece of photo plant your aircraft and send me to see if I understand something I will be very grateful. If I can understand I will buy one in Falconar .
    Here in Brazil the national aviation agency does not allow construction without permission from the project owner .
    If you are sending me a photo to send

  2. Roger said,

    on May 23rd, 2016 at 10:20 am

    The plans are very straightforward. The vast majority of measurements are metric, mostly millimeters. There is very little text on the plans.

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