I love to defy gravity!
1979 Arrow IV
No defying gravity for a while, methinks I'm starting my interior next month, too. Headliner, windows, one piece windshield and window molding. Next summer I'll do side panels, seats and carpet. Good luck on your project and let us know how you're doing.
Wright Brothers Master Pilot, FAA Commercial Pilot
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Masking for paint stripper...
Try to hold your breath when using the stripper!
Interior work started
Those seats must have cost a bloody fortune. Where did you get them?
Scott, the interior work is being done by a local lady who used to do custom aircraft interiors as her full-time job. Believe it or not, what I'm spending to have the complete interior redone by her is only about $1k more than if I had gotten it all from Airtex.
Wow, very cool!!!
More progress...Alodined and primed. Getting close to painting, after glare shield is recovered and new windshields are installed.
Nice work. I'd like to read a little more narrative when you get a chance. I'm about to embark on a C172 total restoration that is going to require a new paint job that I plan to do myself. I'm very interested in your steps and procedures.
Here come da new paint!!!! The first coat of white, anyway...
Wow! looks good!
Retired ATC SoCal TRACON/LA Center
Way cool, Dude!!
Looking good my Arrow IV is going thru the same right now..
any new pics?
Looking fabulous!! When will you be done, I'll be right over with my plane.
Looks great, Harley!