Larry, I might take you up on that. I have a spare glassed GU canard that I will not be using, but need to come up with the main wing. The foam will get me a good head start. Let me know. Weere you still wanting to come up and take a look at the TriQ configuration? I it turnes out that the donor I used was also a triQ so all of the bulkheads are there as well to take a look at.
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Let me know please.
--- In Q-LIST@yahoogroups.com, larry severson <larry2@...> wrote:
I don't have spare wings at this time, but I do have both main and GU
canard airfoils that have been hot wired. You are free to have them, but
you will have to glass, etc. them.
On 6/17/2011 7:23 AM, Martin wrote:
I purchased back my tri-Q that we built in 1985. It was built as a
tail wheel bird and competed in the CAFE 400 back in the day. I
converted to Tri-Q in the early 90s and loved that plane. I sold it
and moved to other projects in 96. It was destroyed in a hanger
accident when a door fell on it during a huricane in FL. Well after
this many years I found the salvage in Boston and was able to make a
deal to get it home. It arrived on Wednesday and my son and I are
already looking it over. The tail was torn completely off with all the
damage that comes with and the left main wing was broken about 6
inches out from the fuselage. You can lift the entire plane with that
wing, but any down force and it folds toward the ground having
delaminated from the foam on teh underside. Also the engine needed to
be removed for the transport so the guy I purchased it from had a
great time cutting all the wires and hoses off at the firewall. GEEZE.
Anyway it is in Bakersfield and I would love to have any one come by
that wants to see it and lend some advise. Basicly I will replace
everythign aft of the seatback bulkhead. All structure forward of that
was not damaged.
Just wanted to let folks know what was happening in Bakersfield.
Thanks all for participating in this group. It would have been very
nice to have a venue like this back when we were first building.
18242 Peters Ct
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
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