Marcel Morrien in Falco PH-IAO, the 96th Sequoia Falco to fly.
A number of years ago I decided that it would be nice to stop running pharmacies at the age of 55 and started preparing things.
I started working on the Falco nearly twenty years ago, originally planning to be in the air within five years. That proved to be a dream, reality means that family and business come first. I have to admit that sometimes a certain, to my opinion, difficult building item withheld me from progressing more rapidly, postponing the problem doesn't help.
What did help was the offer of a friend to assist me on a regular basis. That kind of gives a stimulus to advance.
When we moved the family to a another house we could also move the Falco project to a much larger workspace.
I feel like I'm postponing the work on the main gear doors, I have not yet quite figured out what should be the easiest way, but will decide on that pretty soon.
One advantage of taking time to build is that I will now be able to install a nice set on the instrument panel. Old steam gauges as a backup for a nice electronic flight display.
I'm thinking about the Garmin 600 in combination with a G530 and or G430. As an alternative for the G600 the Evolution Flight Display (2) is considered.
Marcel Morrien lives in Wijk bij Duurstede, Netherlands. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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