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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Paul Carattini
From: Alaska
E-mail: Contact
I work at a rural school in Alaska. The school has the opportunity to acquire a Mite project for its aviation program. It needs to be completed and reassembled. But was flying before it was taken apart and the fabric removed (1983). TT for the airframe is less than 2000 and less than 500 for the C65. But the airplane has been stored inside for 30 years. Any comments and guidance would be appreciated.
Thanks
Paul
 
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Name: Neil Hoppe
From: Franklin, NC
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I have been asked to perform an annual inspection on a Mooney Mite (N469M). Where/how can I obtain necessary manual(s)to do this?
Neil Hoppe
A&P/IA 1652694
 
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Name: Robert Zabolotney
From: Airdrie Alberta Canada
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In the process of getting a 1949 Mite into the air
Will be calling on people on this site to keep me moving
with my project
 
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Name: Woody Gillespie
From: Heber Springs, Arkansas
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After a couple of years of restoring, and meeting a lot of new friends, I'm so glad I bought a Mite! It is a neat little plane that attracts a lot of attention and a lot of questions! My new friend Mike Thompson and I will be traveling the country and meeting new friends in the months to come! Mike was restoring at the same time that I was. He lives about 200 miles to the south of me and made his first cross country to my place. This could not be possible without our web master, Dave! He pulls it all together and accomidates everyone which keeps the site alive! Thanks to everyone! Woody
 
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Name: Tom Wade
From: Cincinnati, OH
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Dear DAve, as you well know i think your site is fabulas. Igo to it every day and look at all of the wonderful MITE'S. If my physical condition would permit, you can bet your bottom dollar i would still have one.Thanks again for a wonderful site, Tom Wade
 
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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Tom Wade
From: Cincinnati Ohio
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Dave, It has been sometime since i sent you my info on n337m. I have tried to enter the mite talk page but my intelligence is limited on the PC.I would appreciate it if you could send me how to get in there, Tom Wade
 
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Name: Dave Rutherford
From: Abbotsford, BC
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Pat:

The Mite owned by Lee was N481M. That was in 1967-68.

There is a link to a photo of the Mite on the Owners page. To see more, do a search on the Mite Site using the word "n481m".

I saw the airplane when its owner, Bill Shea, visited Porterville, CA very briefly in 2000. He said he had done a lot of flying in it.

The following year, he donated it to Sacramento City College for use in their aeronautics program. I've never been in touch with them, but as far as I know, it's still sitting there.
 
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Name: Sam "Pat" Meek
From: Nashville, TN
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Dear Folks
My Cousin Lee Corviss of Clarksdale, Miss. Owned a Mite. Would any of you know anything about Lee's airplane. sorry I don't have the Numbers.

He passed away several years ago and had sold the mite long before that.
Any info you might have would be great.

Sam "Pat" Meek
 
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Name: Chuck Fairchild
From: Los Alamos, NM
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Thanks Scott for the welcome and invitation to write of my experience with my Mite (N4156). Actually, I did write several articles a few years ago. They're in the articles archive.
 
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Name: Chuck Fairchild
From: Los Alamos, NM
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The new website is pretty neat and comprehensive.
Congratulations, it must have taken considerable work on members' part.

I flew the mite during the early sixtys (N4156). Of all the planes I flew during my career, including military planes, the mite may be the one I miss the most now that my flying is nearing an end.
 
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