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  1. A J model I'm looking at as a purchase candidate has lived the last twenty years in the desert southwest. The airframe generally looks very good, but I did find these spots that I'm not too sure about. The first pic was taken through the inspection plate at the wing root just in front of the flap on the left wing. The second is the spar from inside the wheel well. I tend to think that neither of these is horrible although I do want the stuff in the wheel well looked at better, but I wanted to run it past the experts here and see if I'm missing anything or just to partake in the wisdom of MS. Note: the top pic got turned upside-down somehow.
  2. From the album: Center spar inspection 1974 C

    Mirrors may help, or use a small camera to inspect the entire aft side of the main spar. Look in all the nooks, corners and crannies.