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Scrounge Dawg Aviation is a splinter group of builders from our local EAA Chapter 64 who are building a Pietenpol to use as a learning tool for the members, other interested groups such as schools, and any youth groups who have the desire to learn about the construction of homebuilt aircraft. Join our Yahoo group by clicking here to learn how a well built Experimental aircraft doesn't HAVE to be terribly expensive. Hence our name. Through scrounging materials, recycling parts and whatever methods we can, we plan to build a safe airworthy aircraft with a minimum amount of cash outlay. The plane is a basic 2 place aircraft with minimum instruments. All in all it is a lot of fun. Feel free to jump in with any ideas, labor, or help that you may be able to provide. Multiple project photos, construction status updates, and other information and files are available on the Yahoo group. Join in!

BUILDERS MEET EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 1800 & SATURDAY AT 0900 AT MIKE LOTZ' PLACE


OUR MEMBER'S PLANES AND PROJECTS

NOTE:  ALL E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED TO PREVENT SPAMMERS FROM MINING OUR E-MAIL ADDRESSES.  REPLACE "[AT]" WITH THE @ SYMBOL.

CHAPTER MEMBERS:  E-mail your photos to dusterpilot [AT] charter.net or give your paper photos to Bob McDaniel (they will be returned)

Bill Aanstad, Paul Voorhees, Shawn Corcoran, and Brian Kissinger's Bowers Fly Baby (a group project)

Larry Frey's RV-7A near completion...just out of the paint booth. (Contact Larry via e-mail at:  lrogerfrey [AT] hotmail.com)

Walt Turk's Sonex awaiting FAA inspection:

Vist K-Y Aviation to learn about Brian's Bowers Fly-baby, pictured below. (Photo taken by Bill Aanstad from Mike Merkan's RV-4.)

Diane Earhart and Gary Streeter are building a real satellite and plan to launch it into space--learn about it at www.gaspacegroup.org

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