Yes, that is what I was thinking when I received a phone call from my work. Friday, May 28th at 4:30pm, the end of the company bi-weekly pay period, I received a call from my supervisor informing me that I was being let go. Seven and a half years with the company, and that was it! I have just joined the ranks of the twenty percent of this country!
Now I had to put my project on hold. There is no way one could justify spending anytime or money on a frivolous project when you now had a bigger worry, how you are going to afford keeping a roof over your head!
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Let's look at those parts.
When you first look inside the fuselage through that access hatch, you realize you need to have small children around to help with removing parts. It is a tight squeeze.
As you can see, there is a great deal of surface corrosion that will need to be addressed.
This is a shot of the left side with left aileron linkage and airbrake actuator.
And below is a shot of the right side, with the elevator control rod , airbrake actuator.