Foot rest

Picture-reports of constructions/parts.
Top view on the seat and the space for your feet. You can clearly see that the seat is a looong one. The plywood where you need to place your feet is NOT the same plywood that is visible from the bottom if the fuselage is finished. No no, a small stone that hits your HM14s bottom during ground maneuvers is not automatically entering your cockpit.
The plate 28 (figure 119) partly visible. The rounded parts 67 and 68 will become the start of the plywood covering the fronts top.*
* part numbers and figure numbers are related to the book "Le Sport de l' Air" by Henri Mignet. It holds the plans of the HM14.