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I can't find this site anymore, anyone got a link?

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Hasn't been updated in 2 years but this is the most recent I have
http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/ ... /saac.html
Any interesting projects Hum ?

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Thanks MH, thats the one I was looking for.

a few homebuild projects around here, 2 x skyrangers recently completed G CCUC and G CCUD I believe, both flying regularly, very nice aircraft they are too. A couple of Europas almost ready to fly I believe also.

My RV7 is getting there, structure done, canopy almost complete and about to start wiring.

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Sounds great, wish I had the time. I had no idea there was so much homebuild action going on here.

Best of luck with the RV, what a machine.

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I think RV's are cool little hoppers.
Looking fwd to seeing that. SO G-CCUC is a homebuild, also a fine machine

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RV great plane. So that'll be what the third RV in Ireland. ( G-RVIB RV-6 , C-GOLZ RV-6A , and hum's RV-7 ) Does anyone know of any other RV's based in Ireland ?

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If you're referring to the Van's RV's, then here's another homebuild by some retired English chap, living here. G-BYDV. He has the aircraft based at Rathcoole.
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I have more photos of it somewhere, if anyone wants them.
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The reg thing says he's living in Killarney, surely he does not drive from there to Rathcoole?!

I fell in love with RV7s by reading a Today's Article a year ago. I hope hum gets his EI reg'd, too many G's around here

I see you took the photo aidan, i mailed mark loads he wont post them [mayb i am crazy?!]

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The reg thing says he's living in Killarney, surely he does not drive from there to Rathcoole?!

I fell in love with RV7s by reading a Today's Article a year ago. I hope hum gets his EI reg'd, too many G's around here

I see you took the photo aidan, i mailed mark loads he wont post them [mayb i am crazy?!]

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I see G-MYLD Eamon's Rans Cyote is for sale... Nice enough machine. Might buy it

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Hi Rallye EI-BFP,

I don't recall receiving any pictures from you, when did you send them and what email address did you use?

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Hi Mark,

I mailed them from colm@limerickflyingclub.com to mark@flyinginireland.com

Most recent, probably a month or so ago (A Crap) G-MYLD

They might still be in my outbox, who knows??!

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