Posts to this group are not connected with or directed to Mustang Aeronautics, Inc. What do you think as a builder? It was very much as you'd expect from this type of airplane, a wing dropping, sharp-edged stall, with a very quick recovery. You'll also see why I was a bit afraid to fly it. Instead, my eyes were stabbed by the white-hot reflection of the sun on a wing panel.
The holes were purposely undersized instead of using 30 to allow for some hole expansion during dimpling. It will set overnight, and I'll wait to install the shims. You have to get the full leverage at the handles, and hold the head in place at the same time. Bushby M-1 Midget Mustang. It all looks very good at this point, but I want to keep it that way. Added an angle brace, cut lower angle brace to size, and fabricated 0.
What he wanted to build next was a scratch built 2 place tandem aircraft that was similar to the Midget Mustang. I have the original turbine that came off Palomino N64TT and Propeller if he is interested in putting back together. Not Included in sub kits. As mentioned above, EAA Technical Counselors were called upon for three inspections during the building process. Flight controls were painted, cowling completed and engine with cowling was run in June Take a Virtual Tour of the Mitchell. Front fuselage and wing center section sub kit.
Now, this is something that engineering students learn in the first week of Materials , but I never took Materials , and so notions of elasticity, stress and strain had to come to me by other routes. This picture brought me my little load-path epiphany: On October 20, , the engine was run for the first time - disappointingly, only four of the seven engine gauges worked. An objective approach was taken to inspect and try to find anything unsatisfactory - with the requirement that any discrepancies found be corrected before flight. The most recent addition to the hangar roster is none other than the museum's PB 'Black Widow'. JetPhotos biggest database photographs over million screened photos online!