Iíve been taking advantage of the (rare) Oregon sunshine the past several weeks surfing and biking, but managing to get some RV-6 construction done in the evenings after work.
Did a bit with the baggage floor and forward seat pans...
Cut out some bulkhead stiffeners, and got the top J stringers temporarily riveted in place...
Began to fit rear aft top skin...
I ran out of edge distance with a few rivets near the forward end, so decided to remake the aft skin from an extra sheet of 2024.
Initially slightly bigger than the first one, the holes transferred in just a couple minutes.
The front aft-skin was much quicker and had better drill access.
Of course then I had to throw the forward top skin on, the seats in, and the baggage floor in to make it look like Iíd made some real progress.
Plenty of drilling/hole layout to go, but such is the life of pre-pre-punched RV construction. Iím looking forward to fabricating less parts, and riveting more assemblies in the future!