"I can remberd making that same cowling by hand, there was a lot of pounding on the aluminum with a wood and then a rubber hammer, bacteria several hours on this project, I found that I was short on one end, the story of my life! The only thing to do…"
I have owned and restroed a 1941 Porterfield, that was found as a direlect, it took me for years to restore it to better than factory new. I kept it for nearly 10 years, flow it back to Indianas, from Corona California. The flight took 24 hours and nearl three days of flying time. I let my self talked out of selling it, one of the bigest mistakes in my life.
Do you own a Porterfield Airplane? N#?
I am looking of a 35 W Porterield restore.
Are You a Pilot? Ratings?
Yes, over 55 years
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