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    The "Last Cessna 120"

    Weight and balance day. The last 120 built is getting closer to it being back in the air. It is fitted with a 0-200, lightweight starter, battery, alternator, radios, and a sparse interior.

    923 pounds with 5 quarts of oil in it!

    I have all the Ad's documented and it will need a couple of 337s filled out for the wing recover and avionics installation. Is it appropriate to fill out the 337 forms prior to inspection?

    Cessna 120
    N3679V

    Sublimity, OR

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    That is so cool! Nice airplane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel View Post
    That is so cool! Nice airplane.
    Thanks! It is a very special aircraft, we hope to have it flying again by the end of this month.Name:  Last.jpg
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    Sweet looking litle plane, congratulations on getting her back in the air soon.

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    This is great to see, Scott, congratulations! Any chance of it coming to Oshkosh this year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottS97385 View Post
    I have all the Ad's documented and it will need a couple of 337s filled out for the wing recover and avionics installation. Is it appropriate to fill out the 337 forms prior to inspection?
    That's a conversation you should have already had with the IA that you've been working with and is going to inspect it.
    Regards,
    Greg Young
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