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    Wannabe Pilot Nick's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by goldrush View Post
    Not sure that is a real excuse... "Where there is a will....."

    Quote from http://www.flyingmag.com/aircraft/ex...build-airplane
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    Martin and Claudia Sutter built their RV-6 in their living room. “In Texas, it’s always too hot, unless it’s too cold,” Martin says. “Air conditioning a hangar would cost more than the airplane we’d build in it. We thought about our garage, but if we left our cars outside, the sun would beat them to death. We had a breakfast bar and a family room, so we lived and ate there and put the airplane project in the living room, where we had air conditioning, heat and a big sliding patio door that allowed us to get the airplane out when it was finished. The fact that we could work on it whenever we wanted to, without travel time or discomfort, saved hundreds of hours.”,

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    Sue my wife, just said she can't see what the problem is. She would see more of me doing it in the house and she wouldn't need to go out to the garage to help. I suppose Gladston her horse would have a hoof in the door though!
    Nick.


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    hi leeroyster,
    where in the northwest are you?
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    You seem to be making a lot of excuses but there's no reason to , First of all see what money you have available then that will determine what you can do, I built my first Skyranger in a single garage and built the wings in my front living room then assembled them at the airfield for the final stages.
    which airfield are you training at now, if you don't want to say so online then give me a call on 07830 206284 if you want to.
    Terry Viner


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    How much is a Skyranger kit?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brucey View Post
    How much is a Skyranger kit?

    Prices here http://www.skyranger.co.uk/prices/

    any questions please contact me directly - skyranger@flylight.co.uk

    paul


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    Mr Dewhurst! I'm currently studying from your book, really good read thank you!


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