Larry Tobin's Stearman C3B SN 104, soon to be the oldest flying Stearman, is looking like a real airplane with it's wings hung April 14th. The Mamer livery and CAM 32 is a tribute to local Spokane Aviation history.
The rigging is coming out surprisingly good for an airplane with lots of repair trauma over the years. The wings measure square ("N" strut to tail both sides) to the tail post within 3/16 and the landing gear now points in the right direction. This is a real tribute to the fuselage repair work that Ryan Pemberton did.
Look for more pix soon as she could fly in May.