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As I quoted Kathy in the last post, the wings are big.  We had also not made it to the airport, so consider this an extra post before the aircraft departure. As expected, the top surfaces took a lot longer but the result was excellent.  The first picture shows the finished top surface of one wing.  Kathy and Thazin are finishing up the other wing top surface in picture two.

Picture three and four show my workstation for the oddball pieces, there leg fairings and the trim tab.  Since they all hold together or are attached to the aircraft with hinges, I used hinge halves to hold the pieces in position and then used a small buffer wheel to polish them like the big pieces.