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Old 03-11-2019, 11:16 PM
Raven31 Raven31 is offline
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Hey guys, I?m active duty Air Force and started building an -8 back in October. The tail is done via builder assist and I was planning on continuing to build with synergy but the work schedule has changed and I won?t be able to take leave as frequently as I thought. Also, I?ll be moving summer of 2020 and don?t know where yet.

My QB kits just arrived in the US and

I don?t really want to move the project multiple times and I was curious if there is anyone in the SC area that would have any interest in being a mentor/builder assist? The thing I liked best about builder assist was the guidance and ?do this next? so I wasn?t staring at the plans trying to figure what to do next.

I don?t know how much I could get done over the next year working a few hours at night and however long I could on most weekends
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Old 03-12-2019, 12:51 PM
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PM or email me for info on someone that can help at 3J1 in Ridgeland, SC.
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