Greg Wilson sent an update on his PA-22 tailwheel conversion:

Glad to see that the fly-in went well despite the weather. I was unable to attend this year but spent the time getting my latest project ready to fly. It is a 1954 Piper PA-22-135 tail wheel conversion. Purchased as a disassembled project it took about 18 months to complete. I’m sure no other member has had a project take longer than expected...

On a serious note I used the Stewart's glue and paint system and a seeping fuel line leaked autogas dissolving the glue and blistered the paint. It was non-ethanol gasoline. Stewart said it is the injector cleaner in the gas that is the problem yet their books do not say anything about compatibility problems. I just want others to know that it could be an issue with autogas and the Stewart system glue and finish. I am waiting for the rain to stop here now and then it will finally fly. Thank you to Jim Younkin for the inspiration on paint scheme as well.