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  • #16
    Re: N96234 - Kept in the Family

    Looks good Stuart
    Kevin Mays
    West Liberty,Ky

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    • #17
      Re: N96234 - Kept in the Family

      Finally remembered to take some more pictures. First three are of the cabin air vent closed and open, along with where the pull knob is for it. The last two are of closer up of the holes in the starboard wing root and the thermometer in the cabin on the other side where the holes are.

      I forgot to get pictures of the window sliders but will tomorrow.

      I also discovered through piles of paperwork that I have an 85hp STC in the file with all the drawings. Looks like it was never swapped over but was STC purchased. I didn't see any other STC's of significance other than a Scott 3200 tail wheel which it has currently and mogas STC.
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      Stu

      '46 BC12D N96234
      Jefferson County (0S9)

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      • #18
        Re: N96234 - Kept in the Family

        Hi Stuart,

        The vent door is most likely a Cessna door. If the PN is still there on the inside primer it will be in this format, 0xxxxxx-xxx. Typical single engine series start with a 0.

        Nice idea, it looks better than the bubble twisties from Spruce.

        Tcraft vents from the factory were in the upper, aft most corners of the front windshield or the door windows pop out or slide depending on model.

        How goes it on getting your ticket?

        Good luck. Mark.
        Mark
        1945 BC12-D
        N39911, #6564

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        • #19
          Re: N96234 - Kept in the Family

          It's been a little slower than I had hoped do to issues with my schedule as well as my CFI's. I think I should be there early Oct. I sure am having a lot of fun learning though.
          Stu

          '46 BC12D N96234
          Jefferson County (0S9)

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          • #20
            Re: N96234 - Kept in the Family

            Well after many delays with Work, weather, etc... I passed my check ride today. I'm pretty excited to have that under my belt and not have to rent a 150 anymore. As my 82yo CFI says, now I can start flying a real airplane (tailwheel). Looking forward to logging a lot of hours in the T-craft this spring and summer.
            Stu

            '46 BC12D N96234
            Jefferson County (0S9)

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            • #21
              Re: N96234 - Kept in the Family

              Way to go Stu! Congratulations.

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              • #22
                Re: N96234 - Kept in the Family

                Great news Stu! Fly her every chance you get!
                Mark
                1945 BC12-D
                N39911, #6564

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