This past weekend I acquired a partially built RV-10 tail kit from a builder in Illinois. The quality looks good and we got it back home with no damage.
Of course, I hadn’t been planning on starting this project for a few months, but this turned out to be quite a deal. Next moves: get some tools, build up the workshop, and have an experienced advisor look it over.
3 thoughts on “RV-10 Beginnings”
Congrats on getting started! Its totally worth it and I’m excited to watch your progress.
Like you, I just started a -10.
I am a “repeat offender” with a flying RV-9A
I just finished the VS & Rudder… amazing how big those parts
are in comparison to the -9A! Especially the HS…
Enjoy the journey!