After some considerations I decided to remove the entire insulation for better access to the airframe. This makes it easier to remove remaining wires, tubes and other unnecessary equipment. I am still missing the footrest brackets, panel brackets and panel hinges which I will have to re manufacture.
D-ABUD/N707QJ is undergoing a thorough cleaning and removal of insulation, wiring and unnecessary tubes. Kitchen cleaner is probably the best cleaning product to use for this job. Note the large amounts of nicotine which were not that easy to remove and required some extensive rubbing.
After over a year of waiting I was now finally allowed to take the parts of N88ZL, former Lufthansa D-ABUF. This is only 20% of what we (Guy van Herbruggen and me) bought and we hope to get the remaining parts which are stuck in a court case. This project has turned into a nightmare. […]