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Final product of the Custom Hangar Project. Shown are David Aronstein (L) and Daniel Walton (R) with indoor R/C Scale Beechcraft Model 35 Bonanza(above) which required a housing upgrade in keeping with the Beechcraft image. Custom Hangar project (below) with the door open revealing the precious cargo within.


Although the power tools are not absolutely required, they will make the work go faster for this project as there are lots of screws and sanding of good scarf joints for a sound container. The size of the box may be tailored to your


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requirements and can be custom built to suit your personal needs. These were all of the tools used to make the container (above left). The first major component to be assembled was the back of the container (above right).


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