I stared this Sig Cub about a year ago to be first gasser. I kept the construction simple ( no door or window ) as I did not want to scale it out with an interior. After I completed the frame, then Covid shut down supplies and was not able to locate a DLE35. @ the same time I bought a Value Hobby Sig Rascal knock off 110" WS. for a deal that was returned do to defective covering. I live not too to far from the warehouse and the owner offered it to me when I pick up servos. I was able to find an electric motor from Motion and so I just converted this one. A re-do with some Oratex and man, I luv it! During the construction on my VH rascal, my daughter (now 4) found a good spot to put her dolls (Ginger and Cocomelon). She looked so proud of herself that I took a pic and made it my Avatar. She is now a year older and she has us take her to Clow Airport where there is a mini museum with real airplanes for her sit in. Well I had got the Covid 3 weeks ago and I am 6 days since I got discharged form the hospital. It is taken time to regain my lung functions, but I have about a 100% chance for a full recovery. I am finding that I a can get up and a flight of stairs without getting too winded, so down I will go and finish this one up. My biggest challenge now, is that I am going back to electric using the 10s setup on the VH 110". Yes, damn, got to cut out a door and window and go the Hanger 9 Cub electric conversion. It will be done in Harold Krier's Clipped wing colors with a PA-18-95 type cowl conversion. I bought one from the Nexus Burda 1/4 Cub(Motion RC) and it seems to look close enough to me. Plus it does have an access side door.