In summer 2021 the chapter began a project to restore a 1946 Cessna 120. The airplane was donated by long-time chapter member Terry Smith. The airplane has seventy-five years of history in Oregon – more than 20 owners! The goals of the project include making the airplane airworthy, creating an opportunity for fractional ownership, and possibly organizing a flying club that would maintain and fly the airplane. More than 7500 Cessna 120/140s were built in the 1940s. They have a following, there’s a type club, and parts are available. It’s a relatively simple design, inexpensive to maintain, and can provide tailwheel experience. The airplane has been inspected by an A&P/IA and was deemed restorable. Work will take place in the EAA 105 workshop – Twin Oaks, hangar G1 until it’s completed. We estimate 18 months. Restoration will require rebuilding or replacing the Continental C-85-12 motor, recovering the fabric wings, and making some repairs to the airframe. The project depends on volunteer effort and/or donations. For more information about volunteering, ownership, donating or the airplane’s history contact Chris Riedener. Cell/text: 503-754-5605, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. A photo logbook will be updated as we progress.