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  1. Dave have you figured a way to get them engraved.?
  2. Not trying to take anyone's work or take advantage of their time but does anyone have a 3d design they are willing to share.. I trying the avenue of plastic injecting..
  3. Do they engrave on plastic? Very tricky Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. The hardest part is to engrave then with words Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Just so you know I found a guy that can also make molds to plastic inject them. I’m trying to find someone who has a 3D model of both types of switches. The easy part is making the switches Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I would be interested Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I'll tell you putting seat covers over them while people worked on it and then to give them to me is top notch. The placards are something to see. Thanks everyone for the nice comments Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Well the old paint was chipping in a lot of places. The interior was worn and the plastics well that's another story. But yes I agree the old scheme wasn't bad
  9. While every airplane is different I would call Dustin. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Good morning everyone I would like to show everyone my new paint job and interior that was done by Aerosmith Aviation in Longview, Texas. I also had my annual done instead of a pre-buy by Don Maxwell aviation. First let me start by saying a few words about Don Maxwell and his wonderful wife, Jan. I can't thank them enough for their knowledge and kindness. He is thorough and does not miss a thing. I have always been an advocate for going to people that know their stuff rather thank paying someone who has to learn at my expense. They know Mooney's and what to look for. Not to mention it's my life and my family's that I trust in him. I went to their seminar in May and learned a ton of great information. So, if your wondering if you should go to the class, don't hesitate. They treated me like family and I will continue to go to Don and Jan while I own the airplane. As for Aerosmith Aviation, all i can say is they are incredible!! Dustin Morris is the guy. He has become a true friend throughout this project. For a company to take on a small project like mine was a honor. Especially seeing the type of aircraft they usually paint. They didn't miss a thing when it came to details. Eric, their main upholstery manager is the most creative and detailed oriented soul I have ever met. We sat and dreamed up all kinds of stuff. John, their paint manager took what I gave him and did even more than I can say. As for one of the owners, Wayne, I think the most impressive was when he said to me, "I appreciate us earning your business". By the way, it was Wayne that came up with my prop paint design. So, for all of you out there that may be thinking of doing business with either Don Maxwell or Aerosmith Aviation, I would say do it without hesitation. I hope you all enjoy the photos of my new 231 and I hope to see everyone n Kerrville in October. Chris Schrobilgen
  11. Call him and buy some!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk