This blog is to chronicle my attempt to restore a 1972 Piper Cherokee 140e. This plane is the 'dog' of the airport and has been sitting untouched for 10 years. I purchased the plane and am attempting to restore it to flyable condition.
Monday, April 27, 2015
The first "official" step towards restoration
The avionics tech was onsite today to certify the transponder in our C-46. He was kind enough to also offer to certify the transponder in N2886T. Again the little plane surprised everyone and her transponder got a clean bill of health.
Like a proud father I smiled as I peeled off the sticker and pasted it into her logbook. With the previous entry being the last annual in 2005.
With that action she is 'officially' on her way back to the skies!