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In the past week, we've continued to wash and clean the larger parts of the wings and center section. It has also been dismantled some equipment of the center section that belonged to the starboard engine.

One of the flaps cleaned and ready to be lubricated with Lanolin
One of the flaps cleaned and ready to be lubricated with Lanolin

The major challenge is that time is not on our side, and the urgency to get both wings and center section off the floor, and stored so that we can access from both sides. This will make it easier to gain access to some of the interior rooms

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. The plan is to use the wing nuts to screw sections fixed to steel frames, adapted to this task. It's a little challenging to get to dismantled wing fasteners completely, so we easily can avail these which adheres to the steel frames.

Wing nut plant after hemisphere is dismantled.

Wing nut with parts of the plant after havlkulen disassembled.

It is simultaneously working inside the workshop to assemble the parts of the plane's engine, which can still be used, together with parts from other BMW 132 engines that the museum has had in stock.

Torkel Tan Jørgensen working with BMW 132 K engine
Torkel Tan Jørgensen working with BMW 132 K engine

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