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Midget Mustang Rebuild

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David Moxley

Well-Known Member
Apr 6, 2013
KCOE , Idaho
Have put it off for several years & have finally started on rebuilding it . Lately I have been working on the Fuselage . There was damage I didn’t see when I bought the project. 3 of the 6 fuselage skins are going to have to be replaced .
Finished making the lower tail cone Belly skin . I had a extra skin but it wasn’t quite long enough, so it had to make one , use the old one as a pattern to locate all the holes . Here’s a few of the pictures of the damaged to the fuselage, and the new skin that I made .
Stated drilling off the other damage skins . Takes time to do .


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