Blake Qualley, We'll Miss You
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Written by Wesley Mahler   
01.11.2019

Blake Qualley who was a rotary engine enthusiast, entrepreneur, writer, photographer, racer and the founder of RotaryEngineIllustrated, and helped build RebuildingRotaryEngines.com has past away late October. Blake was known for his famous RX-7 and a half, and much more. A picture below.

We send our condolences to the family and we are very sad in the rotary engine community about the news. Blake Qualley was an extremely talented, well spoken individual who helped create this website, and helped many people throughout his lifetime.

Blake Qualley, we will miss you! NW RX-7 Forum

- Please take a look for yourself at how he has helped others, there is to much to mention here. In the Northwest they are putting on a special drive in his honor, the animations you see today on RotaryEngineIllustrated were created by Blake, and the videos on RebuildingRotaryEngines was the camera work of Blake.

We appreciate everything he has done for us, and his animation and work will be continue to be shown forever with this website. Rest In Peace, Blake We'll Miss You.

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