Welcome To
Green River EAA Chapter 441
Kent, Washington

Last Updated 24 January 2014
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Established 1973



Activities Calendar

Member Projects


Tech Counselors /
Flight Advisors




2014-15 Officers


When do we meet?
         4th Monday of the Month (Except July), at 7:00 pm
Where do we meet?
          We meet in the Mellema hangar on Taxiway A at Crest Airpark (S36). 17605 SE 288th PL, Kent, WA 98042
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Activities Calendar
Next EAA 441 Meeting: Monday, 27 January 2014
Program:  EAA Chapter Video, Pietenpol Parts, TG-5 chapter project.

January 2014:
December 2013: Chistmans Party
November 2013: TG-5 chapter project update
October 2013: 6pm, Speghetti feed at Steve Crider's shop, Tom Torchia presents highlights from his Stearman cross country trip.
September 2013: TG-5 chapter project, chapter videogram.
August 2013: Bring your aviation photos, stories and experiences from the summer.
July 2013: Arlington Fly-in
June 2013: Chapter Picnic
May 2013: Dick Newman: Flying a Cessna 150 to Brazil or How to do South America on $900 a day!
April 2013: Project updates
March 2013: Northwest Emergency Kits and Survival
February 2013: Bryan Evans: Operations at Crest Airpark
January 2013: Show & Tell project pieces, pictures, stories
December 2012: Christmas Party
November 2012: Steve Crider will present an update on the Liberty engine project for the Douglas World Cruiser
October 2012: Jim Keeffe a local author will present a slide show and discuss his Dad’s WWII experiences which he has chronicled in a book “Two Gold Coins and a Prayer”
August 2012
Summer fly-in pictures and stories of adventure. Bring your memory stick with your favorite pics.

March 2012: Natalie Nason from Dynon Avionics 
Upcoming Events:
(These events, unless noted, are not sanctioned or promoted by EAA Chapter 441. We post em becuase you might be interested. Info may not be up to date, check with group organizing the event to be sure the time, date, or place has not changed

2013 events
Feb 23-24
Northwest Aviation Conference & Trade Show, Western Washington Fairgrounds, Puyallup, WA

July 11-13
Arlington Fly-In, KAWO, Arlington, WA

  Links to calendars of local events:
Museum of Flight
Cascade Warbirds
Heritige Flight Museum
Royal Aeronautical Society, Seattle
Washington Pilots Association

Tech Counselors / Flight Advisors
Need another pair of eyes to look over your project?   Have some flying questions?  Ask a Tech Counselor/Flight Advisor!
Brian Lee, Dave Nason, or Tom Osmundson would be more than happy to answer your questions!

How bout a project visit? Have a bunch of people look your plane over!
Upcoming Project Visits:

Recent Project Visits:


Aircraft instruments: Airspeed indicator (0-150 mph or knots), Altimeter (Sensitive with Barometric), Rate of Climb,
Aircraft engine: 65 to 85 Hp (This is a longer term item) Aeronca 11AC Chief
Roger Schert windridershaman@gmail.com 206-713-9910

Free collection of EAA Sport Aviation, Experimenter and manuals from 1966 to present. Some earlier copies as well. Free to a good home. Contact Martha Krueger at 360-678-3269 or email: mooseakmk@gmail.com. Sept 2012

RANS S-19 Ventura Kit Empennage & Wings complete… Fuselage
half done. Finish kit still in box. Strobe lights and parking brake
options. New cost $26000 plus shipping. Will sell for $20k. Located in
Enumclaw. Dick Migas 480-234-1471 April 2013

Velocity SUV fastbuild kit for sale. Unassembled fastbuild wings
and fuselage, fixed gear, single gull wing door, $33k, 253-517-5654
mrcrap@yahoo.com may 2012

Metal Hangar for sale  Pierce County Airport (Thun Field) 45x50, 45x14 electric bifold door. Heated and insulated, has seperate bathroom.  $155k
Contact Gene Endsley, 206-300-1197

Condo T-Hangar at Olympia Regional Airport, Washington for sale. Hangar Number I-5, 1620 Sq. Ft., 44 ft 4" wide door opening - electrically operated bifold door. Two years old with epoxy sealed floor. 110/ 240 volt , 60 amp electrical service on separate meter. $89,500. Mike and Arlene Dougherty, 253-880-6690..

Smyth Sidewinder Project For Sale
Former EAA member Keith Klinck passed away. His wife, Helen has the sidewinder up for sale. Vintage 1960's design, all metal tri gear similar to RV-6A, Fuselage complete, many components and aluminum sheet. Ron Klinck 425.739.0715

Engineering Jobs at Dynon Avionics Dynon is looking to fill a
Electrical engineer and Systems engineer position, BS in AE, EE, CE,
CS or equivalent 5+yr experience, pilots license required.
Please send resumes to jobs@dynonavionics.com. For more details
visit Dynon’s webpage or contact Kelly in HR at 425-402-0433. July 2012

1967 Smith Miniplane N185J, 560 Hours total time, 560 hours SMOH
on a Lycoming O-290-D2, 135hp. The plane has always been
hangered and has not been flown for 10+ years. The aircraft is located
in Nampa. I am asking $14,500. For more info contact Terry Stewart
concrane53@gmail.com or 208-376-8699. July 2012

RV-8A project in Lake Forest Park – Empennage, fuselage, canopy,
cowl, baffles, engine installation all complete. Wings complete except
bottom skins not riveted. New Aerosport Power IO-360 B1B with
Lightspeed Plasma II ignition for top plugs, mag for bottom; Airflow
Performance fuel injection; two axis autopilot, electric trim, landing &
taxi lights, flop tube on right tank, capacitive fuel senders, Andair fuel
valve & wing root mounted gascolator, bent front stick with Infinity grip,
Van’s deluxe throttle quadrant, ground adjustable rudder pedals. Fuel
flow and EGT sensors, magnetometer and GPS antennas for Blue
Mountain EFIS one installed but gold box sold. $50,000 or offer. For
photos, go to: http://tcwatson.zenfolio.com/p288537335 The photos of
Marc’s flying RV-8A are NOT it.
Terry Watson, 19537 55th Avenue NE, Lake Forest Park, WA 98155
Home & office: 206-365-2657, Cell: 206-941-6516 July 2012

Zenair 601 HDS Project for sale: Firewall back, including fairings, LR fuel tanks, and lights. Price negotiable. Terry Wilson, 206 522-4006.

RV-10 Tail Section for sale: 95% complete). Skip Feher 425 677-5335

For Sale - Project 1948 Stinson 108-3, located in my hangar at Richland, WA (KRLD). It is freshly powdercoated (high-zinc primer, iron phosphate rinse, white topcoat, etc), and has a heavy-case 165 hp Franklin with good prop, spare wings, lots of spare parts, clean paperwork, about 300 SMOH and 2700 TTAF; came from Arizona, was idle for 20+ years. On the trailer. Asking $10,000 or trade for decent Taylorcraft BC-12D. please post at clubhouse, put in newsletter, or announce at club meeting. I have lots of pictures that I can email. thanks!
Steve Fribley EAA 243340, (206) 234-1306 seaplanecfi@yahoo.com

Wanted: Partner(s) for share in building partially complete Experimental Twin Project
Looking for 1 to 3 financial partners for building a one of a kind, locally designed, partially complete, experimental light twin, Wickham Model F. Closest comparable factory type configuration is the Partenavia P68, except slightly lighter than an Apache or Twin Comanche. Aluminum, 6 place, 38’ 8” span, 160 sqft area, est 2100 empty, 3600+ gross, fixed mains, retractable nose wheel, sorta STOL. Engines could be 150 to 200 hp. Design is evolution of Wickham Model B twin N1343 (now in Arizona). Propose staring project in earnest within 1-2 years, finish within 10 years. Construction starting at my house in Renton or nearby location. Twins are not cheap, so looking to share build (and operating) costs with at least 1 but no more than 3 others. This is no small project. If seriously interested, contact Tom Osmundson, 253-239-6175 dieselfume@dieselfume.com.


 Ancient TIG welder.  Wilson 200 amp MCM HeliWelder, model 200MCM-1H. 220v, single phase.  This is a DC machine with a  High Frequency generator option.  Works well in DC on steel with the HF for starting, and also works well on aluminum using the HF continuously.  Can also be used as a stick welder.  Three amperage ranges, with continuous amperage variation within each range.  No torch, no ground lead, no stick lead, no argon bottle, and no radiator.  I've always only used an air-cooled torch, and I need that and the other stuff for my new machine.  Works well, priced right.  Brian Lee 253-639-0489
Barracuda Project For Sale
For those unfamiliar with the Barracuda, it is a plans built aircraft designed by local a Boeing engineer, Jeff Siers. It won an award for best new design at Oshkosh back around 1976. The plane is an all wood, 2 place, low wing, high performance airplane.  My website is at http://members.aol.com/flybarracuda.  You can see some pictures of the project there. The plane’s airframe is almost completely finished. The new owner would need to finish the flap, the fuel system, wire and plumb the aircraft, and finish all firewall forward.  I do have the glass for the canopy and windshield along with fiberglass cowling parts. There is an engine mount already on the plane and it is set up for the recommended O-540 engine. Please let me know if you have any questions.  I am asking $6000 for it.

I would like to sell it to a local EAA member.  It is located in my garage in Enumclaw.
Tony Szabo  253-232-9726
I am helping a fellow (Jerry Yagen) http://www.fighterfactory.com/ locate
World-War-One era engines/airframes or replicas. Hispano-Suiza, Mercedes,
Hall-Scott, Liberty, OX-5, Siemens-Halske, Oberursel, Clerget, LeRhone,
Gnome, other rotaries, etc. If you know of anything for sale or trade I'd
appreciate any information.

Russ Lassetter
EAA# 0448996
Cleveland, Georgia
RV-8A project for sale. Reason: Lost medical. Empennage
complete. Wings about half finished. Fuselage kit untouched.
Could easily be RV-8 taildragger at this point. Complete set
of Avery tools. Boeing Surplus work tables. Any reasonable
offer will be accepted. Contact Bill Kelly: Lake Tapps area.

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2012 Officers

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Secretary:    Jake Schultz
Treasurer:    Steve Crider
Newsletter Editor:    Roger Schert
Tech Counselor/Flight Advisor: Brian Lee
Tech Counselor: Dave Nason,  Jonathan Lee
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