Chum 12-AC1

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Re: Chum 12-AC1

Post by cmacveigh » Thu Nov 11, 2010 01:16

Paul,
you and I need to talk!

I think we may have gone to different High Schools together.

Or maybe we sat next to each other at a bar in Old Town, drinking beer by the yard. And if not, we need to.

Take Care,
Craig

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Re: Chum 12-AC1

Post by Paul Agaliotis » Thu Nov 11, 2010 16:37

Craig,
I need to take a few trips in the company airplane before the end of the year. Let's get together in WA so I can look at your projects. The next few weeks are full for me, licence the Poobah's Chief on Saturday and Thanksgiving the next.
We may have shared a school together, kind of hard to tell, what with all of the prison time and such.
Paul
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Re: Chum 12-AC1

Post by seaheli » Thu Nov 11, 2010 16:57

Is any of this true about the Chum?

http://home.iwichita.com/rh1/hold/av/av ... eronca.htm

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Re: Chum 12-AC1

Post by joea » Thu Nov 11, 2010 21:22

Paul Agaliotis wrote:We may have shared a school together, kind of hard to tell, what with all of the prison time and such.
Paul
Where you two next to me on the post office wall? :)

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Re: Chum 12-AC1

Post by skyking3286 » Thu Nov 11, 2010 21:39

Pretty much. I don't know about the teething problems, I think that the market collapse and the new technology of aluminum pieces riveted together rather than
tube and fabric was probably too expensive to develop and make. But mainly market collapse.
Mark Peterson
Harvey Field, WA
A copy of my old Chief website is preserved here:

http://www.reocities.com/mrpeters.geo/index.html

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