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    Active Homebuilt Aircraft Projects ongoing in Southern California

    Hi All,

    I'm posting to find out what the active homebuilt aircraft projects are in southern California. I've always been fascinated by aircraft, and have wanted to build one of my own for a very long time. I've built my fair share of fixed wing and rotary wing drones, but I'm still pretty inexperienced when it comes to doing large scale builds of manned aircraft. Hence, I'd like to learn by helping someone else build their's and see what it takes to get an airplane into the air. I'm moving to Southern California, and don't know anybody, so I'm looking to get a lay of the land. How many active homebuilders are building currently? Where do I go to find them?

    If you know of any, please either comment on this thread or private message me.

    Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumontro View Post
    Hi All,

    I'm posting to find out what the active homebuilt aircraft projects are in southern California. I've always been fascinated by aircraft, and have wanted to build one of my own for a very long time. I've built my fair share of fixed wing and rotary wing drones, but I'm still pretty inexperienced when it comes to doing large scale builds of manned aircraft. Hence, I'd like to learn by helping someone else build their's and see what it takes to get an airplane into the air. I'm moving to Southern California, and don't know anybody, so I'm looking to get a lay of the land. How many active homebuilders are building currently? Where do I go to find them?

    If you know of any, please either comment on this thread or private message me.

    Thanks,
    Socal is big. Where are you moving to? There are EAA chapters all over the place - look for one near where you're going to be, and checkout the closest airport to you. There's a VERY active EAB community in Socal.

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