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Old 08-28-2006, 12:57 PM
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Vern Vern is offline
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Location: Peachtree City, Ga
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Default RV-6A N680V Vern Darley

Philosophy: "Build and fly on today's budget: upgrade and improve as life allows."

Uniqueness:No Vans kits were bought from Vans to complete this airplane. (See my RVator article early 2006)
Used parts/orphaned partial kits were used. It took over five years to build. Lee Strickland of Sandersville, Georgia painted it.

Original Equipment:
Steam Guages
IK-2000 Engine monitor
Garmin 396 GPS
Garmin 340 Audio panel
Garmin 327 Transponder
Lightspeed Thirty 3G Headsets
Electric trim/flaps
O-320 H2AD engine
Sensenich prop

Special Features:
Chromed steps/tiedowns
Steps mounted inside fuselage
Rocker switches
Customized cowl for H engine
Becki Orndorff interior
Entry handles on canopy bow
Rear view mirrors on canopy bow
Fuel Guardian monitoring system
F-4 Canopy Breaker tool
Stainless screws
Full camlock cowl attachment


Updated Again!
Hartzell Blended Prop
Dynon D180
Garmin 696 panelmount
Garmin 400WAAS
New Cowl

Delayed by wife's cancer:

Vern Darley
Awarded FAA "The Wright Brothers 'Master Pilot' Award"- for 50 years safe flying

RV-6A N680V / RV-10QB N353RV
Luscombe 8E N2423K 50+years
Hatz Biplane N2423Z soon to be birthed
Falcon RV Squadron Founder
KFFC Hanger D-30
Peachtree City, Ga
770 310-7169
EAA Technical Counselor #5142
EAA Flight Advisor #486336

Last edited by Vern : 05-19-2012 at 09:33 AM. Reason: add pix
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