Category Archives: Empennage

Doors going on, more wiring, engine mount fitting

This week before Christmas saw a very small crew in the EAA Weeks hangar to work on the Zenith. Fear not, work still commences and progress made. Jim has been hard at work on the seats, along with Charlie. Getting … Continue reading

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Doors, brakes, started rigging controls

Saturday was a good day on the Zenith, and with Thanksgiving this week, it will be the only day for a blog entry this time around. We had Tracy with us again, and plenty of builders to work on various … Continue reading

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Top window, dual brakes, fuel tanks install, new faces!

The past week has seen two work sessions with a long Saturday session added back in to the schedule. We saw the return of a couple of builders, the return of Tracy Buttles after he spent six weeks in China, … Continue reading

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Engine pulled, fairings, and misc. projects

It’s been a couple weeks since our last update, but the build did go on last week and the big news from last week is our engine has been pulled from the C150, and is now sitting next to the … Continue reading

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It rolls and sees the light of day!

Today was moving day for the staff Zenith 750. With so many other preparations going on around the grounds, getting it moved a few days ahead of the show, and before airplanes start arriving by hundreds an hour, was a … Continue reading

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