Harold Gallatin and N125C, 1969. This airplane is now owned by Dick Rank of Atlanta, GA who is restoring it.
Audrey Schute in N3163K, 1969. This Mite is now registered as N41115, owned by Don Henry of El Cajon, California.
N368A was owned by John Lane of San Leandro, California in 1971. It is now registered to Terry Railing of Lake Mills, Wisconsin.
Harold Simpson with N382A, a 1949 M-18L. This airplane is now registered to JOHN CASTILLO of Sacramento, California.
N4090 owned by Dalton Watts of Wichita Falls, Texas with red and white livery, 1969. It was destroyed in an accident in 1984. Read about it on the Accidents page.
Owned by Robert Carpenter of Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1969. It is now owned by Daniel Beltrami of Sandy, Oregon.
N4152, owned by Norman Martin of Elk City, Oklahoma with a fixed pitch propeller and polished C-150 spinner. It now belongs to David Jappay of Nevada City, California.
Fred Rechenmacher of Reno, Nevada at the Nut Tree Fly-in of 1972. This Mite is now N201MM, owned by Michael Harms of Mountain View, California.
This Mite belonged to the "Polish Air Force." It is now registered as N60MM, registered to Karen Andrews of Mountain View, California. This plane is for sale.
The last four photos are of 3199K when it was owned by Ray Campbell of DeLand, Florida.
It is now hanging from the ceiling at the Udvar-Hazy Center, the NASM annex, at Washington Dulles International Airport in Chantilly, Virginia.
Harold Gallatin and the Wankel engine project. He planned to mount the engine in a Mooney Mite. If anyone knows the full story, please contact the The Mooney Mite Site.
Dr. Earl Sanderson with N380A. Notice the fiberglass "pressure cowl" enclosing the cylinder heads. This airplane, without the cowl, is now the pride and joy of Jerry Jenny of Aptos, California.
Owned by J.L. Kinnison of Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1969, N342M it now belongs to Kurt Etling of Amarillo, Texas.
George Loffert of Arlington, Virginia, 1969. He sold N4078 and bought his Mite back again for $1 after returning from Viet Nam. It is now registered to George Loffert Jr. of Killeen, Texas.
Ben Favrholdt's N4092, taken at the Nut Tree Fly-In, 1969. Read how it met its end on the Articles page ("Fond Memories....")
Harold McCluskey at Nut Tree Airport, 1972. This Mite is now registered to ALL AMERICAN APPRAISAL & CLAIM of Mount Airy, Georgia.
N4156, owned by Charles Fairchild of Los Alamos, New Mexico in 1969. It was reported destroyed in a crash around 1980.
N4181, owned by Larry Dale of Colorado Springs in1969. Now owned by Glenn Bell of Hillsboro, Oregon.
Lineup at Nut Tree Airport Fly-in, Vacaville, California in 1969. This was said to be "the greatest density of Mooney Mites ever assembled in the USA."
This aircraft was serial number 1, and originally had a Crosley engine. However, when it was converted for a Continental engine it had to be re-registered as Serial Number 201.
N101C is the Mite that Al Mooney modified and flew to a long distance record in 1950 . It is now owned by RICHARD NEMEC of Carol Stream, Illinois.
John Haston of Mineral Wells, Texas, with N333M in 1970. On our Articles page, read the interesting story of how this "missing" airplane showed up again.
N124C, owned by Don Hall in 1969 when this picture was taken, is now missing.
N399A owned by Richard Saich of Vernon, Connecticut, 1969. It is now registered to Ted Koch of Vernon, Connecticut.
N4081 just after it was acquired by James Youell of Wenden, Arizona. It is now missing.
N4109, when owned by Fred Schmidt of Camden, Ohio. It is now "history."
N4161 was owned by Ray McGilvrey of Palo Alto, California. Photo taken at Nut Tree in 1969. This airplane is now owned by Jimmie Maris of Garland, Texas.
Reverend Harold Vetter in 1972. N4172 is now owned and undergoing long term restoration by Scott Royall of Salt Lake City, Utah.
N479M was owned by someone in California in 1971 when this photo was taken. It is now N9AW, owned by Patrick Moran of Waterford, California.
N481M, owned by Roy Kirgan of Jefferson City, Missouri. It is now owned and flown by Bill Shea of Woodland, California.