Picture-reports of constructions/parts.

Inside the tail. Sticks 12 and 17 (figure 117) run to the stern. There you see a small metal plate (part 78, figure 132) that holds the stern. On most HM14 fuselages you will not see those plates connecting the sticks (center of picture). They are only needed if you intend to use a rotating rear wing. That transversal stick is totally non-standard. Geert wanted to prevent the fuselage side covers from bending inwards. The sticks 83 (figure 133) run all the way to the rear. This bulkhead of the luggage room secures the right distance between them. It the far end you can see part 79, the stern. Figure 132. *
A detail on metal part 78 (figure 132) and stern (part 79). Geert placed a plywood under it to reinforce that specific area. When the bottom cover plywood will be placed this area will be MUCH stronger than original.
A detail on those rotating rear wing hinge locations. Figure 132 and 133.
This rounded part near the bottom is not really clearly visible on the plans. It looks like Henri Mignet drew over the drawing to add it at the last moment. I couldn't find a number to name it. Figure 132.
The stern (part 79, figure 132). Note how the grain runs. Yes, it is beech. Geert still had to finish the sides here. He nearly found himself guilty for not having done it for the pictures. :)
View on the underside of the tail. Room under the luggage room is also visible.
* 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.