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Started this discussion. Last reply by Norm Neuls Jul 29, 2020. 3 Replies 3 Likes
When I purchased the incomplete 750 project from the original owner/builder 7 years ago, he had already installed the fuel tank senders. As most know, they are '68-77 VW tank senders and the quality…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Ajay Singh Shivran Aug 29, 2017. 2 Replies 0 Likes
Did not use the Zenith supplied units on my 750. New in the box. $80 plus postage($14 any US zip code) for both sets.Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Tim Juhl Jan 22, 2014. 5 Replies 0 Likes
This sort of relates to my 750 completion. I purchased an Icom A210 at OSH for two reasons - there was a special discount on the price and it has a built in intercom. I have an intercom in my C-120…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Norm Neuls May 7, 2013. 2 Replies 1 Like
Have all but the wings home now of the partial complete 750 project I have purchased. Have built and rebuilt several airplanes over the years and my profile picture is of one of them - a 1936 all…Continue
Posted on June 2, 2013 at 1:53pm 0 Comments 0 Likes
Trimmed and fitted forward dorsal piece to LE of horiz. stab. For those that have done this, you know it takes a lot of small trimming and fitting. The real artsy exercise is the aft piece which I have now completed. It took considerably longer. I plan on attaching these with nutplates and rivnuts instead of riveting.
Posted on May 16, 2013 at 9:57pm 2 Comments 0 Likes
Well I'll try again since I submitted about 6 hours ago and all that went thru were the photos. A liability of growing up on vacuum tubes and trying to master the computer age. I acquired Ken Ryan's 750 project and yesterday brought the wings home here to the Wasilla area from Ken's place in Anchorage. A lot of you have interacted with Ken over the last few years and I will have to say he did a fine job of building. This won't be the first airplane I've built or rebuilt over the years…Continue
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This is what I found when I researched the VIN number on your Viking 110:
2009 HONDA FIT SPORT
HATCHBACK 4 DR
1.5L L4 MPI SOHC 16V
FRONT WHEEL DRIVE
The car was purchased as a POV in April of 2009 from Lee's Summit Honda in Lees Summit, MO. The car's title number by Missouri Motor Vehicle Dept in Kansas City, MO was #THD02734. The car was owned for about a year and driven 15 thousand miles until it was involved in an accident on April 29, 2010 resulting in a reported severe damage requiring tow. The accident was with another motor vehicle in which the car's rear was impacted. The airbags did not deploy. On July 15, 2010 the car was at automotive recycler facility where it parts were offered for sale.
Norm, If you or a friend are interested in a completed 650B, I have one for sale in Eagle River.
My name is keith. I am building a 750 cruzer in kenai. I am seeing how many Alaskens would be interested in having a zenith builder/flyers get together. If your are interested I would like to get your input on time and location.
Thanks for your time.
At this point the lan is to fly down; however in July I will be in Anchorage for three days for my FAA recert training ... we could plan a visit then since I'll be driving down for that.
mike heit DAR-T
Had cargo net for years, Do not recall what it came out of. Quick search should find one.
Good luck Norm