Mooney Mite

Jul 03, 2014 No Comments by

First let me introduce myself. Those of you who don’t know me might remember a 1\4-scale, 9-ft. J-3 Cub that flew in many contests across the country and at the Dallas, Texas, Nats in 1969. I have always enjoyed building larger airplanes and hope that sometime in the near future we can have a 1\4-Scale event, set up by the A.M.A., with standard guidelines for building in this scale. I feel that this would bring about a whole new concept of building such as happened with Pylon racing because it will encourage manufacturers to make standard 1\4-scale parts such as kits, spinners, wheels, cowlings, pants, canopies, brakes, etc. Now let me tell you about my newest 1\4- scale plane. It’s a Mooney Mite M-IS. Some of you might be wondering why I picked the Mooney Mite for a 1\4-scale project. Well, there are many reasons. Let me point out some of them.

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