The big moment has arrived for the Juliet2. We are finally going to fly it!!! As all the family was there for the event, the first accomplishment of the day has been for sure squeezing two adults, a baby car seat, a golden retriever and two planes plus equipment in a sedan.
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Get to know a little more about us, our hobbies and interests. Read about how we design, scratchbuild and fly rc planes (and other models). Furthermore, the bricolage section contains some of the DIY projects we have done during the years, including the upcoming saga of our new home renovation. Last but not least, the Aviation section will soon give you all a sneak peek at this wonderful job.
The Covid-19 has put Italy in lockdown, and this has basically stopped all our aviation activities, real and model. We are now finally resuming both, with the Juliet3 in construction in the new garage and the complete overhaul of the Beech 18 project. Follow us!!!
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